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Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Nnamdi Kanu: British officials will visit detained Biafran leader in Abuja

Nnamdi Kanu: British officials will visit detained Biafran leader in Abuja

A Conservative minister has said that British consular officials will visit Nnamdi Kanu Radio Biafra director and the leader of indigenous people of Biafra, whose arrest in October has led to protests in various part of the world including Abuja Nigeria capital, after a question from the joint Nigerian-British activist's constituency MP, Harriet Harman.

James Duddridge, Minister for Africa and the Caribbean, confirmed that Kanu, who is the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) had been visited in Nigeria by members of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office but Nnamdi Kanu said he did not ask for British consular's assistance.  Nnamdi Kanu was arrested by the Nigeria state service (DSS) on charges of criminal conspiracy, intimidation and belonging to an unlawful society. He pleaded not guilty in all charges. The case has been adjoined on 1st of December 2015.


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  1. We do not need any British influence, nor are we interested in their advocacy. The first Biafran war took place in 1914 when our fathers said no to the British amalgamation project. The proof that it was a war of Biafra versus Britain, was the use of ammunition to subjugate us into compliance. The second Biafran war was in 1967, and Britain just as Russia is supporting Ashad and killing opposition groups, supported and sponsored the airstrikes against us. The sun rises, and I am not afraid to take up arms against anyone in defence of my freedom, be it physical arms or vocal ammunition. Biafra chi efogo.

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