Southeast insecurity: Uche Nwosu’s arrest vindicated IPOB – Kanu

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Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, on Friday released what could be his New Year message for 2022 which, he said, would herald divine grace and favour of unimaginable proportions.

Kanu said the recent arrest of a former governorship candidate in Imo State, Uche Nwosu, by the police had vindicated him and IPOB members as the people behind the raging violence and insecurity in the state.

Kanu’s position was made known in a message by the head of his legal team, Ifeanyi Ejiofor,

The statement was titled, ‘Update on our routine visit to our indefatigable client – Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu at the headquarters of the Department of State Security, Abuja on December 30 2021’.

He said, “Onyendu sends his best compliments and appreciation to all those of his followers who have remained undaunted and defiant in the face of all odds. He salutes all those who have remained resolute and undistracted from the cause and demonstrably obedient to the appropriate chain of command.

“I undertook our routine visit to Onyendu. I did so exclusively. In the course of my visit, both of us engaged in fruitful discussions that substantially bordered on the legal strategy we would deploy at the next court sitting on January 18, 2022. Onyendu was particularly enthused when he realised that we have set to task and brought to perfection all legal engineering implicit in the options available to us.”

The statement added, “He predicted that many more criminal gangs ravaging our land will sooner than later gravitate to their deserving and ignoble end. He was also emphatic on the need for Umuchineke to be circumspect in their words and actions.”

 

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