Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), today, Monday, August 16, 2021, met with members of his family nearly two months he was allegedly abducted in Kenya and forced back to Nigeria by Nigeria’s security forces.
Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, said the younger brother, Emma Kanu was in high spirit as he discussed freely and cheerfully with his immediate family members.
The younger Kanu who fielded questions from our Reporter in Umuahia On Monday in a telephone interview said “I met with my elder brother, Nnamdi today, Monday at the Department of State Services (DSS) headquarters, Abuja where he is being detained currently.
“I want to inform you that he is in high spirit and now more determined than ever in getting Biafra”.
Emma kanu disclosed further the IPOB leader had been praying fervently for all Biafrans all over the world and used the opportunity to send his greetings and warm felicitations to them.
“He was grateful for their firm support to him”, he Emma added.
According to Emma, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu had during the meeting urged all Biafrans to keep the Biafra spirit alive, while expressing optimism that the Biafra Republic will soon materialise irrespective of the antics of the enemies.
Emma’s word, “I want to confirm to you that he’s in high spirit and appreciates all the support from all Biafrans home and abroad. I want to use this opportunity to appeal the Nigerian authorities to grant him access to his personal physicians”.
The younger Kanu further called on the International community to prevail on Nigeria to free him brother so that he could re-unite with the family.
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