Abuja - Soldiers have allegedly harassed some family members of the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, reports Naij.
The family members had gone to Kuje prison to pay Kanu a visit on Tuesday when 14 security operatives – 12 soldiers and 2 others on mufti – accosted them
The incident happened immediately after Kanu's family members left the prison premises.
Narrating how the incident happened, Tonia Kanu, one of Kanu's sisiters said the heavily armed men with a white Toyota Hiace bus with registration number BV 718 RSH double crossed their car.
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She said the soldiers ordered the family members to come down from the car and enter their own vehicle.
She said they were kept in the vehicle for 30 minutes until her uncle asked one of the officers to explain what was happening and what their offence was.
Tonia said the officer in question said they should remain quiet and exercise patience as they will be well informed of their offence when they get to where they would be taken to.
She noted that the officers warned her against making any telephone call after she attempted to bring out her phone.
She stated that they were left off the hook after their phone numbers were collected.
- News 24