Concerned Nigerians Tell Nigeria Govt: We Are Tired Of Injustice Against Nnamdi Kanu
By Mazi Onyebuchi Eze
For Family Writers
19th April 2017
As days go by, Nigerians are beginning to understand that Nigeria government has declared systematic war against Biafrans by defiantly holding Nnamdi Kanu in detention against court orders for him to be released unconditionally. Although political elites in Biafraland are still cowardly wining and dining with the oppressors of Biafra people, It is difficult to hide truth for too long as many Nigerians initially pretended ignorance to evil which Nigeria government has been committing against Nnamdi Kanu by holding him in detention after two Courts of competent jurisdiction ruled for his unconditional release.
Whatever it is like, today the attention of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) under the Supreme Command of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has been drawn to a planned solidarity rally billed for Friday 21st April 2017 by a group of people simply identified as Concerned Nigerians, to register a displeasure over the continuous unlawful detention of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the Supreme leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). Concerned Nigerians whose Coordinator is Mr. Deji Adeyanju said that the rally which is in support of Nnamdi Kanu has three cardinal demands which are stated as follows:
Although, it is hard to get anything anymore in Nigeria that is not conceived out of corrupt mindset, but Biafrans all over the world would be happy to see that Nigerians have started telling their government that they are now exclusively on their own in keeping an innocent man in detention against two court verdicts, should Concerned Nigerians stand up to defend their position when Nigeria jihadist Armed Forces will issue threats to them as usual.
It is worthy of note that IPOB stands with the truth no matter where it is coming from, only to be always disappointed with those Nigeria group when their resolve are tested with compromise. However, will Nigeria government see the hand writing on the wall and do the needful? This is a question that can only be answered by the cabals in Aso Rock standing in for Gen Muhammadu Buhari.
In conclusion, IPOB Worldwide will be crossing its fingers and watch from spectators sidelines on how the rally should be, come Friday April 21, 2017. IPOB categorically wishes Concerned Nigerians goodluck as they hit the streets to tell the world that enough is enough with executive impunity and lawlessness in Nigeria. Kudos for saying the truth when the world less expect it from Nigerian public. I rest my case!
The Biafra Herald