UPDATE: Sunday Igboho Begs FG to Release Nnamdi Kanu

UPDATE: Sunday Igboho Begs FG to Release Nnamdi Kanu

by Victor Ndubuisi
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Sunday Igboho, a Yoruba activist, has pleaded with the Federal Government to free Nnamdi Kanu, the well-known leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), as soon as possible.

Igboho’s passionate plea was made during Kanu’s ongoing trial at the Federal High Court in Abuja, and it was made public through a widely shared video that X_Daily published on Tuesday.

After being detained since June 2021, Kanu appeared in court on Monday, February 26, 2024, marking his first appearance since a December 15, 2023, Supreme Court decision.

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Igboho insisted that Kanu is innocent and called for an end to political gamesmanship, saying that Kanu should be freed so that he can be with his family again. “Release Nnamdi Kanu,” Igboho said in the video message. Put an end to the political manoeuvring. This person is not guilty. It is February 27, 2024, today. Set him free to be with his family.”

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“This guy just fights for his people in the Southeast like me that I’m fighting for my people in Yorubaland.

“Release him, let him go. Stop these political games. Release Kanu, let him go home, please release him.”

 

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