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Niger Delta group warns Buhari against arresting Nnamdi Kanu again

Niger Delta group warns Buhari against arresting Nnamdi Kanu again

A Niger-Delta group has warned the federal government to desist from plan to re-arrest the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.

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Any move to arrest Nnamdi Kanu will jeopardize the fragile unity of the country - N'Delta group

- A Niger Delta group has warned the federal government against re-arresting Nnamdi Kanu

- The group said re-arresting the IPOB leader will jeopardize the unity of Nigeria

- They advised the federal government to focus on arresting those who issued quit notice to Igbos in the North

A Niger Delta group, the Foundation For Human Rights And Anti-Corruption Crusade (FHRACC), has warned the federal government to desist from plan to re-arrest the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.

In a statement signed by the group's national president, Alaowei Cleric, Esq, and sent to Daily Post, the group warned that any attempt to arrest Kanu will jeopardize the unity of Nigeria.

The statement reads: “Any moves to arrest him will not only be counter productive but it will also jeopardize the existing fragile unity of the country.”

READ ALSO: It’s time to pull Nnamdi Kanu back to prison, dump key in Atlantic Ocean – Presidency

The group also blasted the Attorney General of Nigeria, Abubakar Malami, for saying the federal government couldn't arrest Arewa youths for security reasons.

They said: “The excuse given by the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Mr Abubakar Malami, SAN, that the Federal Government failed to arrest Shettimah and his group of northern delinquents because of security reasons is most disappointing.

"The reason cannot hold water if the AGF failed to appreciate the fact that the Federal Government is stronger than any individual or group of persons in Nigeria.

“Niger Delta people viewed the excuse of the Government which hitherto threatened to deal with hate speech perpetrators as a deliberate move to protect the northern coalition.

“We can now believed that in this Country, some persons are above are the law. When Nigerian government become a toothless bulldog to its citizenry? Does it mean that these groups of delinquents can even wage war against the federation and Nigeria will fold it’s arms because they are powerful?

“Is it not this same Government that hurriedly filed action in court to re-arrest Nnamdi Kanu for allegedly breaching his bail conditions? Is it not the same Government that is witch hunting the peace-loving Government Ekpemupolo even without committing any crime?

"Is it not this Government that has been invading Gbaramatu Kingdom at will for no justifiable reason? Is it not this same Government that kidnapped Ijaw human rights activists and other prominent stakeholders in the Niger Delta struggle such as Com. Daniel Ezekiel, Bonny Gawei and many others without being tried for any known offense and their whereabouts not known to anybody?

“Is Malami telling Nigerians that there is no security risk when it comes to southern Nigerians? Now we know the reason for the selective prosecution of perceived enemies of the Government.”

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Meanwhile, Nnamdi Kanu has reportedly insisted that he is not backing down on his earlier call that there will be no election in the south-east region starting with the scheduled Anambra election.

We had earlier reported that the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) met with south-east governors in Enugu Government House on Wednesday, August 30.

There are reports that during the four-hour meeting, the governors tried to convince Kanu to drop his Biafra agitation to no avail.

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