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I Am Still Entitled To $800m Compensation For My Illegal Detention – Nnamdi Kanu

I Am Still Entitled To $800m Compensation For My Illegal Detention – Nnamdi Kanu

Breaking, Politics
The leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has said that despite being granted bail by the Federal High Court in Abuja where he is being prosecuted alongside others on charges of treasonable felon , he is still entitled to the $ 800m compensation for his alleged unlawful arrest and detention in 2015. This is contained in his response to the motion filed by the Federal Government asking the Community Court of the Economic Community of West African States sitting in Abuja to dismiss a fundamental human rights enforcement suit filed by the IPOB leader. Kanu had filed the suit on March 3, 2016 demanding $ 800m as compensation from the Federal Government for his alleged unlawful arrest in 2015 and detention . But the Federal Government, through its lawyer, M...
Soldiers Invade Nnamdi Kanu’s House, Remove His Properties – Fani-Kayode Claims

Soldiers Invade Nnamdi Kanu’s House, Remove His Properties – Fani-Kayode Claims

Breaking, Opinions
Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, on Sunday alleged that soldiers are currently in the residence of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu. Fani-Kayode alleged that the soldiers are “packing all his furniture, electronic equipment, carpets, personal items, clothes.” The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chieftain made the claim on his official twitter handle. “The army is in Nnamdi Kanu’s house right now packing all his furniture, electronic equipment, carpets, personal items, clothes etc.. WHY?,” he wrote. The IPOB leader has neither been seen nor heard from since his residence was allegedly invaded by security operatives on September 14.
Southern Leaders Blast FG, Insist Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB Not Terrorists

Southern Leaders Blast FG, Insist Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB Not Terrorists

Breaking
The Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum has condemned the labeling of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and its leader, Nnamdi Kanu as terrorists by the Federal Government. In a communiqué issued after its second Consultative Summit in Abuja on Thursday, the group rejected, “the hasty tagging of IPOB as terrorist organisation in the face of contrary evidence.” In attendance were Edwin Clark, Barnabas Gumade, Jerry Gana, Olu Falae, Tunde Ogbeha, Ayo Adebajo, Yinka Odumakin, Dan Suleiman and Stella Omu. The Forum also deplored recent developments in the South East, which led to deployment of troops. “We call on the Federal Government to always exercise restraint in the deployment of troops in quelling civil agitations, which is the responsibility of the Police in any democracy. “Cons
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