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Nnamdi Kanu: Buhari asked to order arrest of terrorist, bandit leaders



The Niger Delta Congress (NDC) says it acquired information of the arrest of Nnamdi Kanu, chief of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) with “mixed feelings”.

The NDC charged President Muhammadu Buhari to prolong his authorities’s motion to leaders of terrorists and bandits.

The group made its response public by way of a press release by Ovunda Eni, the spokesperson.

The NDC mentioned it took observe of the time and sources expended to arrest and extradite Kanu.


“Islamic terror groups are freely attacking military and civilian targets, having large open air meetings, and forming terror pacts.”

Eni regretted that is taking place throughout the boundaries of Nigeria “with even more freedom than so-called free citizens can boast of.”

The NDC noticed that the individuals of Southern Nigeria are at all times the goal when necessary socio-political conversations are introduced up, in a bid to muddy the waters of the discourse.

Eni recalled the therapy meted out to Obafemi Awolowo instantly after independence, and to Ken Saro-Wiwa, which led to his execution by the federal government in 1995.


The assertion reiterated that human beings have fundamental rights, comparable to honest listening to, and self dedication which the Niger Delta persons are contemplating.

Noting that the NDC might not completely agree with the strategies or method of IPOB, the Nigerian authorities ought to guarantee Kanu’s trial is honest.

“The Niger Delta Congress stands with all oppressed groups within and without the Nigerian federation and will be following the situation keenly”, Eni added.

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Nnamdi Kanu: Buhari asked to order arrest of terrorist, bandit leaders

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