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Saturday, 9 January 2016

NIGERIAN MEDIA TRIAL OF NNAMDI KANU AND IPOB

NIGERIAN MEDIA TRIAL OF NNAMDI KANU AND IPOB
By Chima Onyekachi
For Family Writers

The case of treasonable felony filed against the leader of Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu by Nigeria government has moved from the law court of jurisdiction to the Nigeria media houses, while the Department of State Security (DSS) goes in search for a compromise judge. Nnamdi Kanu is currently undergoing trials by brown envelope journalists in Sahara reporters, Punch News, Nations, Linda Ikeji blog,etc, whose reportage of falsehood has continue unabated in connivance with the DSS.

Every genuine family member of IPOB knows that the oath taken before been part of the family is like the oath taken in the law court by a witness, the oath is taken as an allegiance to be truthful and not to sabotage the struggle for the restoration of Biafra. The oath does not involve going to a river or the usage of blood as falsely reported. The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) are peaceful and have not engaged in any acts of violence even in the face of brutality by Nigeria armed forces, the peaceful demonstration is a testament of that fact.

The meeting venues of IPOB have always been in public places and members have never hidden their identity, smoking and drinking is not even allowed during meeting proceedings. Participants engage mainly in praying, singing and enlightenment about the struggle, arms and ammunitions can never be found in their midst. The case against Nnamdi Kanu for financing and sponsoring terrorism has been squashed and thrown out by the Abuja High Court for lacking merit.

It is clear the DSS has no case against Kanu but the brown envelope journalists of Nigeria media has justified the huge payment made to them to slander and tag him and his followers as terrorists. Let it be known that Nnamdi Kanu is a freedom fighter leading Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to seek their right to self-determination as enshrined in the United Nations universal charter on human rights.

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