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Suspected Foul play: Prove Kanu is alive, IPOB tasks DSS - ITREALMS

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The inability to produce Mazi Nnamdi Kanu before an Abuja court on Monday has continued to generate tensions with the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) suspecting he may have been killed, reports ITREALMS.

They also tasked the Department of Security Services (DSS) to proof otherwise.
A press statement available to ITREALMS shortly after DSS failed to produce Kanu for trial on Monday, IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, said “We are no longer comfortable with this development. We have enough grounds to suspect foul play.

“With the failure of DSS to produce our leader in court today without any cogent reason and coupled with the torture meted out to him since his abduction in Kenya, we are worried about the safety of our Leader.

“The failure of DSS to produce our leader in court today is confirming our fear over the uncertainty concerning his health. Considering his deteriorating health condition since he was kidnapped and the refusal of DSS to grant him access to his personal physicians, it is possible that our Leader may have been killed.

“DSS should prove us wrong by producing our leader in court or granting his lawyers and family members access to him. We are running out of patience. Nigeria should not take IPOB for granted. Our leader must not die in detention.”

IPOB commended all markets, banks and government agencies, motor parks, transport companies, among others, for their show of solidarity towards Kanu without formal announcements from the IPOB leadership.

“We thank all Biafrans and friends of Biafran who in one way or the other solidarised with our leader today.

“We also demand unconditional release of all those arrested today in Abuja and other parts of the country for their solidarity to our leader. Nigeria must release them,” the statement added.

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