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Wednesday 11 October 2017

Biafra: IPOB Turkey asks Turkish associate to clarify statement on Kanu’s whereabouts

By Chukwuemeka Chimerue || For Biafra Writers

October 11, 2017

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, resident in Turkey, has asked its Turkish associate, Mr. Abdulkadir Ekrahraman to clarify his claims on the whereabouts of its leader, Nnamdi Kanu.

Mr. Ekrahraman who recently in a video released online, claimed knowing where Kanu is, also added that he(Nnamdi Kanu) and his parents are safe and sound.

However, in a statement signed by the IPOB National Coordinator in Turkey, Mr. Ezennia Okolie, said the only confirmed information available to them was that the IPOB leader is currently in the captivity of the Nigerian army who recently raided and killed scores of innocent civilians at his home after which he was declared missing by IPOB and his family members.

According to Mr. Okolie, “The attention of IPOB Turkey has been drawn to a live video made by our Turkish associate, Mr. Abdulkadir Ekrahraman concerning the safety of our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his parents. We want to categorically state that this is a miscommunication on the issue on ground.

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“Information reaching us is that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is in the hands of the Nigerian Army. This is owing to the fact that since the Nigerian Army laid siege and subsequently raided the home of Mazi Kanu, destroying lives and properties with many recorded casualties, no one has seen nor heard from him.

“We implore Mr. Abdulkadir Ekrahraman to, as a matter of clarification, to come forward and enlighten us if he knows otherwise. Meanwhile, we're still expecting the military authorities to tell us whether our leader is alive and subsequently, release him for us.”

The Biafra Times
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