Abuja - A plan to abduct leader of the Indigenous People of
Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has been uncovered by the Department of State Service,
The Pro-Biafra agitators’ plan was to forcefully free the
detained leader of the IPOB.
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The security agency unravelled the plan on the day the
federal government was supposed to open it’s case against Kanu, who is facing a
six-count treason charge alongside two other pro-biafra supporters.
Director of Public Prosecution, Mohammed Diri has stated
that an investigation has commenced on the planned invasion.
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