The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has called upon the Supreme Court to follow the example set by the Appeal Court and grant freedom to its leader, Nnamdi Kanu. Emphasizing that Kanu has not committed any crime locally or internationally. The group asserts that his continued detention is unlawful
In a statement issued by IPOB’s spokesman, Emma Powerful, members are urged to prepare for Kanu’s potential release on December 15. The group reiterates its stance on Kanu’s innocence and expects the Supreme Court to uphold justice by unconditionally releasing him.
Powerful emphasizes the legal expertise of the Supreme Court justices, urging them to emulate the courage displayed by the Appeal Court in resisting government intimidation. Referring to the earlier ruling, the statement highlights the condemnation of the federal government’s actions, including kidnapping and extraordinary rendition.
IPOB underscores the significance of international laws and treaties, reminding the Supreme Court of Nigeria’s commitment as a member of the United Nations. The group urges the justices to take serious punitive measures against the Federal Government for what they view as an abuse of court orders.
IMAGE: Leadership news