Nnamdi Kanu and his lawyer
Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu has reacted after the United Nations asked Nigeria and Kenya to give it information regarding his arrest and extradition to Nigeria.
We had earlier reported that the UN expressed outrage over the torture and maltreatment which Kanu was subjected to while being detained in Kenya.
Reacting on Tuesday through his lawyer, Aloy Ejimakor, said his client appreciated his brother and his lawyers both in Nigeria and London for the victory.
Ejimakor stated that Kanu’s lawyers had requested that the British government provides consular assistance to Kanu and urgently take steps to intervene in his ongoing detention.
“I just concluded a visitation with #Onyendu. He salutes all Umuchineke for remaining focused on the mission of the moment. He’s happy with the ‘Urgent Appeals’ issued by the UN against Nigeria & Kenya & salutes @MaziKanuntaKanu & Bindmans for their efforts in this regard,” Ejimakor wrote.