Nnamdi Kanu sends fresh message to ‘Unknown Gunmen’
On Monday, Nnamdi Kanu, the jailed leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), demanded an end to the bloodshed in the Southeast region perpetrated by the so-called “Unknown Gunmen.”
According to Newmen, Nnamdi Kanu’s younger brother, Emmanuel, relayed the IPOB leader’s message.
He had paid a routine visit to Kanu, who is being held by the Department of State Services (DSS).
Kanu was cited as saying that all those responsible for the ongoing killings in the southeast must face justice, adding that the Igbo people are not known for cannibalism, beheadings, or senseless slaughter.
Kanu’s warning comes after police in Anambra State uncovered the severed head of a state legislator who went missing last week. Separatists have been accused of killings and kidnappings in Anambra and other southeast states by the federal government.
IPOB has been leading efforts for the region, which is home to the Igbo ethnic group, to secede from Nigeria. The federal government has charged Kanu, the group’s leader, with “terrorism” and treason.
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