Nigerians suspect foul game Report has said that it is no longer news that in 2019 the ECOWAS court dismissed Nnamdi Kanu's suit against the Federal
Nigerians suspect foul game
Report has said that it is no longer news that in 2019 the ECOWAS court dismissed Nnamdi Kanu’s suit against the Federal Government.
In that judgment, the court held that the arrest and detention of the leader of IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu were not unlawful.
Following that judgment, all members and financiers of IPOB living both in Nigeria and abroad would have to face the full weight of the law.
That judgment resulted in discrete hounding of perceived IPOB followers/members’ financiers and those seen in close association with Mazi Nnamdi Kalu, especially those living abroad closely watched by the Federal Government.
Concerned Ndigbo have been advised to come to the reality that IPOB is proscribed and its activities have continued to drain Ndigbo of able bodied youths. Several thousands have been killed unidentified and buried by security agents without the knowledge of their families. Others luckily escaped to neighboring countries for safety.
This development has been reported to result in incessant reports of missing persons by many families as they do not know whether their beloved ones are dead or alive. Examples include Emmanuel Samuel, Emeka Okafor, Gideon Chimezie whose families are yet to come to terms with their fate, according to sources.
With the precarious insecurity situation in Nigeria and the recent legislation by NASS which authorizes the Nigerian Military to embark on OPERATION POSITIVE Identification, every Igbo man and woman should be advised to move about with an identity card as the security agents will be on the lookout for agents of insecurity like members of IPOB, Boko Haram and other outlawed militant organizations.