Abuja - The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) have insisted that they refuse to enter into any dialogue with President Muhammadu Buhari until their leader, Nnamdi Kanu, is present.
According to a Punch report, the group described Kanu's continued detention as impunity and disrespect for the Constitution, while stating that they will accept nothing less than his unconditional release.
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“For Buhari to continue to keep Kanu in custody after a court of competent jurisdiction had granted him (Kanu) bail is enough corruption.”
While claiming that no amount of pressure would make Kanu renounce Biafra, the group cautioned the Federal Government from wasting its time attempting to enter into dialogue before the leader's release.
“Even a child born today knows that any attempt to tamper with Nnamdi Kanu’s life will bring about catastrophic consequences,” said Emma Powerful, IPOB spokesperson.
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