“You Have Not Done Enough!” – Nnamdi Kanu’s Family Slams Britain
The family of the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has lamented about not getting the privilege to see their son who has been in the custody of the DSS since last week Sunday.
Nnamdi Kalu’s younger brother, Prince Emmanuel Kanu, had a chat with Sunday Vanguard in Umuahia, where he complained about their difficulty in reaching their brother in detention.
He said: “I hope he is not tortured? I hope his right to human dignity is not being violated? How can you abduct somebody and keep him in custody without access to his family and lawyers? This is inhumanity! Why can’t we see him? The federal government should allow us to see him because he is our son. He should have access to his lawyers and family,”
Prince Emmanuel Kanu also slammed the British for not doing enough to save Kanu since he is a citizen of Britain.
He added: “it is still not clear to us how Nnamdi, a British citizen would be abducted and bundled to Nigeria. If at all there is any reason to arrest him, why not take him to Britain where he is a citizen?
“Britain hasn’t done enough. Britain should be able to stand firm and demand explanations for those who abducted her citizen and bundled him to Nigeria. Kenya should also explain all it knows about this crime.”
“It happened before. This is his second missionary journey. We shall prevail because my brother is not a criminal. He has not killed anybody nor has he asked anybody to kill. He is only fighting for the freedom of the people which is their fundamental human right.”