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IPOB: Arrest Kanu Now, Group Urges FG

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BY DICKSON AGBO

The Coalition for Good Governance and Change Initiative has ask the Federal Government to immediately re-arrest the supreme Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu before he plug the Country into another civil war.

In a statement by its National Coordinator, Okpokwu Ogenyi, lamented that  Kanu’s previous threat statements and the current tension round Nigeria is worrisome. He said, the Nigeria government should not waste further time in re-arresting Kanu and make him to face the full wrath of the law for inciting secession.

In his word, “lives and properties are being lost on daily bases and if not properly handled, it may led to another civil war.” Ogenyi said.

The group is convinced that the government has the capacity to end the ongoing tension and restore normalcy to its citizens, as there is drum of war across the Nation.

‘No group can be stronger than the Federal Republic of Nigeria, since Kanu has abused the leniency of the Federal government ,so  allowing  him further freedom will increase the tension as he has committed another fresh crime by the attack on Innocent Nigerians, Military,  and the razing of a Police formation in Aba, Abia State.’

The group insists that, Kanu and his Biafra Army Commanders should be taken in custody latest Saturday before the Biafra Soldiers declare war on Nigeria, as Kanu (IPOB) are capable of pushing the Country into another civil war.

Therefore cautioned that parents allowing their children to be used as Biafra Soldiers should withdraw their wards.

The group further ask the Nigeria Military, the Police and the Department of State Security to get Nnamdi Kanu arrested from wherever he is hiding to demonstrate their intelligence before he plug the Nation into a full blown war.

The group accused Igbo leaders of earlier aiding the IPOB activities through their silence in the beginning, which shows tactical support for the negative behaviour of Nnamdi Kanu (IPOB).



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