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BUSTED: Plot to Assassinate Nnamdi Kanu Amidst Terror Attacks in Abuja Revealed


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COSEYL alleges plots to assassinate in Abuja

The leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of , IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, is allegedly no longer safe in the Department of State Services’ (DSS) custody, according to an alarm raised by the Coalition of South East Youth Leaders, COSEYL.

Following a recent terror alert from the US, , and Canada that some terrorists were preparing to conduct a devastating attack in the Federal Capital Territory of Abuja, the coalition sounded the alarm.

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In a statement issued yesterday in response, the coalition’s president general, Goodluck Ibem, claimed that the Federal ’s decision to maintain Kanu’s detention in the DSS “confirmed a plot to assassinate him (Kanu), using the terror attack as a cover-up to hide the involvement of some forces.

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“We call on Britain to also evacuate Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, a British citizen, from Abuja at the same time that Great Britain is evacuating its citizens from Abuja due to the planned terror attack.”


The coalition emphasized that past events had demonstrated the accuracy of US intelligence gatherings and that the terror alert issued by many nations should be taken carefully.

The statement said, “Federal Government is giving people hope when most of those claiming there is no reason to be alarmed can hardly travel to their villages due to terrorists occupying their villages and their farmers.”

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