Governor of Anambra state, Professor Charles Soludo, has again asked President Muhammadu Buhari to release Nnamdi Kanu.Information Guide Nigeria
In a letter dated Thursday, April 20, Soludo said the continued detention of the leader of the banned Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has continued to affect residents of the southeast region who are forced to observe a sit-at-home order on Mondays due to fear, Premium Times reported.
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Soludo expressed surprise that despite a call by the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council for the release of the IPOB leader and court rulings granting freedom to him, the federal government has not released him, The Nation also reported.JAMB Result
Soludo wrote: “In the meantime, the continued detention of Mazi Kanu has created what, for want of a better description, can be seen as systemic insecurity in the South-east.
“Some supporters of Mazi Kanu have imposed the obnoxious and harmful sit-at-home order every Monday in the South-east, while all manner of criminal gangs- kidnappers, bandits, armed robbers etc.- now masquerade as ‘freedom fighters’ or those fighting for the release of Mazi Kanu.”NYSC Portal
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