United Nation seek for thorough explation from Nigeria and Kenya on nnamdi kanu’s abduction extradition

The United Nations (UN) has made “pressing appeals” to Nigerian and Kenyan governments to explain the “unlawful arrest and extradition” of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.

In the document dated, August 26, 2021, the UN said that the Nigerian and Kenyan governments ought to provide it with details of how Kanu was arrested and illegally delivered to Nigeria.

In a statement sent to Sahara Reporters, Nnamdi Kanu’s brother, Kingsley Kanu, said that he, working with the attorneys, undertook the interventions to the UN, which required the main points to be stored confidential for 60 days.

However, Kingsley said: “Following the extraordinary rendition of my elder brother, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, I undertook plenty of pressing steps throughout the realm of the worldwide neighbourhood, notably in Britain and the United Nations.

I laboured quietly with my brother’s particular counsel, Aloy Ejimakor and the Bindmans (my brother’s attorneys in Britain) on a number of muscular interventions aimed toward presenting my brother’s case to the worldwide neighbourhood and facilitating his unconditional launch and bringing the culprits of his unlawful rendition to account.

“These interventions weren’t made identified to most people as a result of the relevant guidelines, particularly that of the United Nations, required them to be stored confidential for 60 days.”

“These interventions weren’t made identified to most people as a result of the relevant guidelines, particularly that of the United Nations, required them to be stored confidential for 60 days.”

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