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Nnamdi Kanu's Court Case: A Make Or Mar Experiment For Nigeria

 Nnamdi Kanu's Court Case: A Make Or Mar Experiment For Nigeria Following the illegal abduction, extraordinary rendition and detention o...

 Nnamdi Kanu's Court Case: A Make Or Mar Experiment For Nigeria

Following the illegal abduction, extraordinary rendition and detention of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), by the Nigerian government, now is the time for whatever thing that is left of the global community to redeem itself by decisively acting to avert the impending danger.

The Nigerian government currently led by a group of individuals (cabals) called the presidency, presumably headed by Muhammadu Buhari, comprises of gluttonous and illiterate individuals who never knew that there exists something as international laws prohibiting one from arresting another (even if the person is a criminal not to talk of a freedom fighter), in another country without going through a normal judicial process called extradition process. Their ignorance and illiteracy were seen with the stupendous jubilation when they succeeded with the extraordinary rendition of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. It was a jubilation that quickly turned to marooned faces upon learning the implication of their dastardly act.

The IPOB leader, whether hated or loved, is a colossus, an icon, an idol and a rare gem. He is leading a movement, a nation. The millions he is leading are rattled and agitated. They want to see and hear from him. The action of the Nigerian government in abducting him was a big mistake made out of desperation. The trial of citizen Kanu, a political prisoner, is capable of imploding Nigeria. The bad experiment of gauging the people’s reaction, exemplified by the failure to provide him in court on the last court date as fixed, is not sustainable, with the escalation of the agitation and can only lead to dire consequences. To be clear, come Thursday 21st October 2021, the Nigerian government must provide him in court or take responsibility for whatever happens, going forward.

The thing is that the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), will not only embark on a "one month total lockdown of the South-East region" to cripple everything possible as they promised, but the unknown gunmen (victims of state-sponsored injustice and police brutality) that see the term "one-Nigeria" as a symbol of oppression, will intensify their vengeful activities against the supporters and promoters of the fallacious one Nigeria. It is not a prediction but a deduction from the available social parameters. This time, I do not think that even the South-East governors will be spared of the incoming uncertainties.

After breaking international laws, the world should have by now, taken punitive actions against the Nigerian government. It is an intentional provocation and one that calls out the double standard and hypocrisy of the international community. To suggest that the Fulani cabal running Nigeria is above the law, is an invitation to anarchy. The Nigerian government has no choice but to ensure that it brings Nnamdi Kanu to court as scheduled. It is either that he is brought to court and openly released without conditions or face the wrath of the God of Biafrans at the end of the one hundred and fifty (150) days prayer action. The international community should play its role by insisting that the right thing must have to be done. 

Regardless of what is done however, whether they bring him to court or not, the truth remains that Nigeria is caged between the sea and the lion. The only solution at their disposal is to have Nnamdi Kanu released. Aside this, not even bringing him to court and taking him back to the prison thereafter, can save Nigeria as they are planning to detain him for as long as they desire in other  to dampen his morale for the freedom of Biafra. This can never happen, no doubt. Therefore, we encourage his abductors and detainers to stop their jaundiced pontification, halt the absurd search for evidence to be used against him because there is definitely none. We therefore demand that he should be released unconditionally, come Thursday, October 21st, 2021. Biafrans are waiting and watching!

Written by Ifeanyi Chibueze James

Edited by Chibueze Daniel 

For Family Writers Press International.


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