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BREAKING NEWS: FINALLY FINALLY!! Detained Biafra Leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s Request to UK Government

Nnamdi Kanu, Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), continued his search for help by asking the UK authorities to intervene in his trial and continued detention at the facility of Nigeria’s State Security Service (SSS).

Since his re-arrest in July 2021, Mr Kanu, a British-Nigerian citizen, has been detained at the SSS facility. He is facing trial on terrorism charges at a Federal High Court, Abuja.

Apparently feeling helpless in his predicament in Nigeria, the IPOB leader, in a letter addressed to the House of Commons, the lower chamber of the UK parliament, appealed to the lawmakers to prevail on the UK Government to intervene in his matter.

Aloy Ejimakor, Mr Kanu’s special counsel, who signed the letter, said he had the instruction of the IPOB leader to do so.

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The IPOB leader requested the UK authorities, among other things, to secure his unconditional release from SSS detention and repatriation to the UK.

He further requested that in the alternative the UK authorities should make a binding proposal to the Nigerian government to agree to conduct his trial in the UK or “in a mutually agreed neutral third country, other than Nigeria and the UK.”

Mr Kanu’s request highlights his increasing frustration with his continued detention and trial in Nigeria as well as the UK government’s alleged silence in the matter.
Widow’s victory against witchcraft allegation

It was a historic day in Umunankwo Community in Ogbaru Local Government Area of Anambra State when a widow, who was banished for allegedly being a witch, was reunited with her community.

The widow, Nneka Uzor, a 54-year-old mother of two, was banished by her three brothers from the community on 30 April 2023.

The three brothers – Lazarus Uzor, Anozie Uzor and Valentine Okwuosa – were later arrested and arraigned before the Children, Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Court in Awka.

The arrest and arraignment of the suspects were facilitated by the Commissioner for Women and Social Welfare in the state, Ify Obinabo, who promised to ensure that the woman was reunited with the community

Mrs Obinabo’s media aide announced in a statement on Monday that the commissioner had finally facilitated the return of the widow to the community and her reconciliation with the community members.

The statement indicated that the reconciliation took place at the palace of the traditional ruler of Umunankwo, Fidelis Nsofor, and that following the traditional ruler’s directive, the community members gathered at a junction, where they had earlier banished the widow, to bring her back.

The statement added that when the widow was brought back, traditional rites were performed to purify her and make her fit to participate in the community’s activities.

The monarch later declared as illegal the banishment of anyone in the community.….CONTINUE.FULL.READING>>>

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