Nnamdi Kanu, the director of Radio Biafra begs the Britsh government to mediate for his situation
Nnamdi Kanu, the executive director of Radio Biafra has sent a letter to the British government to intercede for his situation and push for his discharge.
He demands he is a British resident who ought not be in a Nigerian jail.
Kanu was captured in 2015 by security agents over affirmed requesting of arms and has been accused of injustice close by Benjamin Madubugwu and David Nwawuisi who are both master Biafra instigators.
Vanguard reports that Kanu who is likewise the pioneer of the Indigenous People Of Biafra drew nearer the British government through his legal advisor, Mr. Ifeanyi Ejiofor.
In the letter dated March 24 and tended to the British high official in Abuja, Kanu, whose identification has likewise been seized said he was a casualty of tragedy of equity and gross human rights infringement.
He encouraged the remote government to push President Muhammadu Buhari to discharge him. Kanu said his delayed confinement in jail was a reasonable infringement of his major right.
The IPOB pioneer said he has been subjected to massive mistreatment and in spite of the fact that he was prepared to confront the charges brought upon him, he questioned the Nigerian government’s capacity to give him a reasonable trial.
He said he was wrongly confined and that since he was a British subject, he ought to be discharged.
The proceeded with detainment of Kanu has started challenges in a few sections of the nation particularly in the south east district. IPOB in a late articulation promised that President Buhari will be sent to imprison for his misuse of human rights.