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I’ll restore peace in South-East two minutes after my release – IPOB leader, Kanu

I’ll restore peace in South-East two minutes after my release – IPOB leader

IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu | File Image

.Says govt officials behind insecurity

‘I suspect that people in government are complicit. They are making money with insecurity. If they know Nnamdi Kanu is outside; in two minutes this nonsense will stop’.

By Valentine Amanze

The detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has said that the insecurity in the South-East would end two minutes after his release from detention.

Kanu also alleged that some government officials, who kept him behind the bar, were responsible for the insecurity in the South-East because they were benefiting from it.

The IPOB leader made the allegation on Tuesday March 19, 2024, after the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, dismissed his fresh application to be released on bail, pending the determination of the treasonable felony charge the Nigerian government preferred against him.

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Kanu, who had removed his clothes to show Justice Binta Nyako his worsening health condition in the hands of the officials of the Directorate of State Services (DSS), pleaded to be kept in Kuje prison.

The IPOB leader said that those behind his inceration knew his capacity to end the insecurity and restore peace in the region within two minutes.

His words: “They know me very well. I suspect that people in government are complicit. They are making money with insecurity. If they know Nnamdi Kanu is outside; in two minutes this nonsense will stop.

“Who is the idiot that will speak when I am talking? Who is the fool? Who is the idiot I ask? That I will give an order in the East and any idiot will counter it, who is the bastard I am asking you?

“Nobody can; I am Nnamdi Kanu, who is the idiot? Let me come out of this nonsense, this mess, two minutes only. Only two minutes I guarantee you and there will be peace in the East; everywhere in the South-East if not the entire south”.

Kanu, who was first arrested by security agents in Lagos on October 14, 2015, has been in detention since June 29, 2021.

Trial Justice Binta Nyako had on April 25, 2017, granted him bail on health ground, after he had spent about 18 months in detention.

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