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Saturday, 9 September 2017

MUST READ: What will happen to Nigeria if my child is killed or re-arrested - father of the pioneer of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB)

His Royal Highness, Isaac Okwu Kanu, father of the pioneer of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu has pledged that Nigeria would be stuck in an unfortunate situation if his child is arrested or killed.

Dad Kanu said the current move by the Federal Government to get his child re-arrested, cautioning that it would spell fate for the nation.

Speaking with the Sun, Kanu, who serves as the conventional leader of Afara Ukwu Ibeku in Umuahia North Local Government Area of Abia State additionally sent an SOS to the United Nations, asserting that the Federal Government wanted to slaughter his child.

"Indeed, obviously, I'm a person. When they discuss re-capturing him, it implies they need to slaughter him, yet God won't permit them in light of the fact that my child has done nothing incorrectly. I am utilizing this opportunity to approach the United Nations to call the Nigerian government to order since they are wanting to murder my child. My child did not do anything; government ought to pursue the individuals who have conferred an offense against Nigeria.

He said. "Why will they need to recapture him? Did he murder anyone? Did he ridicule the Constitution? A few people are stating that my child, ridiculed the safeguard condition given him by a Federal High Court in Abuja, yet the inquiry remains, what sort of safeguard condition was that? Is it conceivable that a man of my child remaining in the general public could remain without getting together to 10 people in a day or week?

"Along these lines, the said safeguard condition was against his principal human rights. Be that as it may, that not withstanding, I comprehend what we are going through in my royal residence; endeavoring to prevent people from coming here, yet there is the farthest point to which we can do that. At first, the major door to my Palace had dependably been open, however, since he returned, that entryway has dependably been closed and we did that to prevent people from accessing the compound. Along these lines, I don't realize what really matters to them."

Inquired as to whether his child is rearrested, the Ruler stated, "Truly, re-capturing my child will cause more issues for the nation. Why might they re-capture my child; to slaughter him? God and our people won't enable that to happen. They ought to understand that Nnamdi has a kid he has not set his eyes on since he was born and it was keeping in mind the traditions that must be adhered to that made him not to go to London to see that kid.

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