A member of the family of the chief of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, has accused the Department of State Services, DSS, of detaining the Biafra agitator in a “torture chamber.”
Kanunta Kanu, one of many brothers of the agitator, stated Kanu had not been released regardless of courtroom orders.
He was reacting to the Federal High Court in Umuahia’s ruling that Kanu is returned to Kenya.
The courtroom dominated that Kanu’s extraordinary rendition was in opposition to his basic rights.
It ordered that the IPOB chief must be restored to the state he was in earlier than the Kenyan arrest and extraordinary rendition final 12 months.
Recall that Kanu was arrested in Kenya and repatriated to Nigeria final 12 months.
The Nigerian Government was accused of subjecting the IPOB chief to extraordinary rendition final 12 months.
Upon his return to Nigeria, Kanu was locked up by the Department of State Services, DSS, whereas subjecting him to authorized tussles.
To this finish, Kanu’s Special Counsel, Aloy Ejimakor, instituted a authorized motion in opposition to the Nigerian Government.
On Wednesday, the courtroom granted all of the seven prayers sought by Ejimakor.
Reacting, Kanunta tweeted: “Some people are having the notion that #MaziNnamdiKanu has being released from detention the answer is NO, he is still in DSS “torture chamber”.
“When will @NGRPresident and @GovNigeria obey the court orders? @StateDept @FCDOGovUK @CanadianPM @EU_Commission @UN @UKParliament.”
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Author: Seun Opejobi