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Saturday, 9 November 2019

BIAFRA: NIGERIA PRISON, TORTURE/DEATH CHAMBER FOR THE PERSECUTED

BIAFRA: NIGERIA PRISON, TORTURE/DEATH CHAMBER FOR THE PERSECUTED

Demented statements by some privileged few who found themselves in positions of authority  in Nigeria, is to say the least, most unfortunate. Recently, it was widely reported that Justice Binta Nyako, a Presiding Judge of Abuja-based Federal High Court, very unguidedly made a nauseating statement against the personality of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). In the last sitting over the trumped up charges preferred against the IPOB leader, the grossly compromised judicial officer made a declaration that the court will not be able to guarantee his safety and security if he is to return to Nigeria to attend the grossly deficient and inconsequential trial. The poorly educated Sharia Jurist who got elevated based on the shameful Nigeria quota system, stated that the only safe place in the Nigerian enclave is prison facility. According to her, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's security could not be guaranteed except being remanded prison custody in the course of his trial.

With this callous declaration made in a Nigerian Federal High Court, the global community should no longer be in doubt of the need to initiate an urgent dissolution process of the country, so as to save the over two (200) million innocent citizens entrapped therein. When such a supposedly esteemed judicial officer could make such a statement without mincing words against a global figure like Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the global leaders should then exercise their moral obligation to facilitate the process of proactively remedying a catastrophic situation. The Nigerian contraption has to be dissolved to save lives, the attached economic, political and bilateral interests nonetheless. This part of the world has become potentially dangerous for the habitation of sane beings. Even the officers and men of the Nigerian armed forces (police, army and other sister security agencies), are disappointedly,  taking to acts of criminality by terrorising, killing and kidnapping the very innocent they are supposed to protect, as well as defending the territorial integrity of the country as constitutionally mandated.

However, the pertinent question the Fulani Sharia Judge, Justice Binta Nyako must answer is: "Are prisons in Nigeria, safe for a state persecuted individual like Mazi Nnamdi Kanu? She must have to respond to this because records abound pertaining the pathetic state-sponsored killing of prisoners of conscience in Nigeria prisons. Beneath is a list of outstanding prisoners who were gruesomely murdered in custody by the Fulani oligarchy in charge of Nigeria, viz:

* Late Chief MKO Abiola. He was killed in 1998 through food poisoning in the Nigerian prison after about four years of detention.

* Late Major-General Shehu Musa Yar'adua. He was killed in Nigeria prison through the injection of poisonous substance into his system in 1995.

The above were killed through the criminal connivance of prison controllers and medical personnel detailed to the prisons where they were detained. No sane person in the light of the above instances, can agree with Justice Binta Nyako that the only safe and secured place for an important global figure under state persecution in the mould of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu should come to Nigeria via Kuje prison to continue with the trial. Justice Binta Nyako should equally be made to understand that there exists absolutely no safe place around. The prisons are themselves, porous and dangerous like every other place within the contraption. It therefore boils down to conclude that the IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, will not come back to continue with the case in the Nigerian Federal High Court yet presided over by Justice Binta Nyako and her likes. He is rather coming back gloriously, to holistically finish up the breaking into pieces, the evil entity called Nigeria and restore the sovereignty of Biafra. This is the conclusion of the whole matter. There is absolutely nothing more and nothing less!

Written by Mazi Onyebuchi Eze

Edited by Peter Oshagwu
For Family Writers Press International

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