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DSS declares Kanu’s wife wanted

06 September 2016, 18:14

Abuja - The Department of State Security Service (DSS) has declared the wife of the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu wanted, reports NewsDay.

Uchechi Kanu’s name was among the names of members of the Biafra movement that have been wanted.

The names of the wanted members were pasted on the notice board of the service in Abuja.

Also included in the list is Emma Nmezu the Chief Liaison Officer of IPOB and Emma Powerful, the group's spokesperson.

News 24 had reported that the listed members are wanted in connection with the series of protest being organised by the members of the Biafra movement.

The movement is calling for the independence of the Igbo tribe. 

See the full list of ‘wanted Biafrans’ as released by the DSS: 

1. Sunday Onyekachi
2. Ogechukwu Obiorah
3. Ann Okafor
4. Amaechi Sunday Kanu (Sheffield, UK)
5. Dickson Ekene
6. Ndidi Ojukwu
7. Emma Powerful
8. Emma Nmezu
9. Uchechi Kanu (London, UK)
10. Sidney Okoli (Mollorca, Spaiin)
11. Andy Obeche
12. Ifriam Ezeiwu
13. Chukwuemeka Mfon
14. Ikenna Sunday Egono
15. Chijioke Ekwueme
16. Godwin Osinachi
17. Udoka Amarachi (Dortmund, Germany)
18. Uche Martin Doludo
9. Nduka Enuma
20. Ambrose Ero
21. Clifford Mbamere
22. Andy Obina Okafor
23. Stephen Oko (Uk)
24. Onyeka Joseph
25. Eric
26. Dike Benson
27. Uche Emmanuel Uche
28. Udoka Okechukwu David
29. Martins (Austria)
30. Michael Chidi Okafor
31. Daniel Ifeanyi (USA)
32. Roland Abumere
33. Kenneth Uche Opara
34. Emenike Anyanwu
35. Obinwanne Markson Chukwujekwu
36. Chukwu I Ojiugo
37. Ezinwanne Mba
38. Jeff Amechi

- News 24


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