IPOB Lambasts President Kenyatta For Kanu’s Alleged Abduction

IPOB Lambasts President Kenyatta For Kanu’s Alleged Abduction
Nnamdi Kanu
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The Indigenous People of Biafra, (IPOB), has accused President Uhuru Kenyatta, of Kenya, of stopping so low to allegedly collude with a terror-friendly government, like that of Nigeria in abducting its leader Nnamdi Kanu.

IPOB, expressed disappointment with the Kenyan President for allegedly betraying its Mazi Kanu, saying it will hold him accountable for his action.

It also alleged that President Keyatta and his government allegedly planned the abduction immediately it leader entered the country before contacting Nigerian on his presence in the country and subsequent smuggling into with the assistance of Nigerian security agents.

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The Biafra agitating group also, urged the Biafrans and the public to disregard all the alleged fake stories and news concocted by Nigeria Government and their agents have been peddling about how and where Kanu was arrested, who may have lured him to Kenya, who was with him at the time of arrest, saying that he was rather abducted not arrested.

A statement by IPOB Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, has, therefore, called on all Biafrans both home and in the diaspora to boycott travels with Kenya Air Lines; stop patronising any product made in Kenya; and to boycott any business dealings with Kenyans, following their country’s betrayal.

IPOB alleged that through their preliminary findings, President Uhuru Kenyatta was very instrumental to the abduction of our Kanu in Kenya, before his smuggling into Nigeria by security agents.

IPOB wondered why the Kenyatta will prefer to betray its leaders, wondering if it is because of Nigerian oil money or the N100 million bounty placed on Kanu’s head by some people it described as Northern charlatans.

AFRICA DAILY NEWS, NEW YORK

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