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Biafra: Nnamdi Kanu Petitions African Commission Against FG

-Nnamdi Kanu slams human right petition against the federal government.

-The petition accused the FG of harassing Kanu and other IPOB members as well as destroying their property.

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has written a human right petition against the federal government.

The petition, addressed to the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACOHPR), is asking the commission to stop the Federal Government from further violations and harassment against his person and IPOB members.

The petition, dated December 5, 2017 and entitled, ‘Communication Brought Pursuant to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights’, was filed on his behalf by his counsel, Mr. Aloy Ejimakor.

The petition, listed Prof. Uzodimma Nwala, Chinedu Njoku, Greg Nwadike, Carol Munday, Jeremiah Chukwuokolo and two others as witnesses to the alleged violations.

It reads in part: “The declaration that IPOB is a terrorist organisation and that its members commit terrorist acts has empowered and emboldened the Nigerian army and other security agencies, acting under the colour of law, to harass, intimidate, arrest or even kill or torture IPOB members and any member of the Igbo ethnic group suspected to be an IPOB member.

“Nnamdi Kanu is in imminent danger of being shot and killed on sight by Nigerian security forces still at-large at various checkpoints. They are on reconnaissance and in cordon and search operation in the environs and outlying areas of Nnamdi Kanu’s homestead at Afara-Ukwu, Umuahia, Abia State of Nigeria and at checkpoints in all the five states of the South East of Nigeria that border the wider geographical area of Umuahia where Nnamdi Kanu was last seen alive.

“Monies, bank accounts, other monetary instruments, chattels and real properties belonging to Nnamdi Kanu, IPOB and its members are in imminent danger of being confiscated by the Federal Republic of Nigeria.”

It recounts: “On or about September 12, 2017, and lasting till about September 15, 2017, the Nigerian army surrounded and began to launch a series of armed attacks/invasion of Nnamdi Kanu’s home. The army used live bullets and other lethal munitions in the course of the attacks. Several people including Nnamdi Kanu, his parents, siblings, children, women, the elderly, and numerous visitors were at the home during the attacks. All occupants were trapped in the premises during the attacks that lasted two days.

“At the end, Nnamdi Kanu’s home was badly damaged, several people were killed. Others were wounded. The Nigerian army ‘captured’ several people alive and took them to an unknown location. Since after the attacks, Nnamdi Kanu has not been seen or heard from, either in public or by those who normally would have heard from him. And the Nigerian army has refused to disclose whether he was killed, wounded or taken into their custody.

“During the course of the attack, the Nigerian army, in a published statement, declared IPOB a terrorist organisation, apparently to justify its indiscriminate use of lethal force against Nnamdi Kanu and members of IPOB in Umuahia, Abia State and other states of the South East of Nigeria, which the Federal Republic of Nigeria has, without lawful purpose, subjected to military occupation since September 10, 2017.”

The petition adds: “However, on September 21, 2017, Justice Kafarati of the Nigerian Federal High Court, Abuja, made an ex parte order (without prior notice to IPOB), declaring IPOB a terrorist organisation and further ordering its proscription pursuant to an ex parte application brought before the court on September 20, 2017 by the Attorney-General of Nigeria.

Biafra: Kanu’s family demands that the military returns what they took from their home.

Family of the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has demanded that the Nigerian Army returns the property its men took from their home at Afaraukwu, Umuahia, Abia State.

Naija News recalls that troops of the South East operation code-named Python Dance 11 (Egwueke11), in partnership with policemen from Abia State command, on September 14 and October 8, invaded the home of the pro-Biafra leader and the family and, allegedly, made away with household belongings.

The family claimed that the items comprised two boxes filled with wrapper, television sets and generating sets owned to the royal family, among other property.

Reacting to the carting away of items, the spokespersons of the military and police had dismissed the allegations insisting that “We were there to search for weapons, no household items were removed from Kanu’s home.”

However, the royal family has insisted, yet again, that the soldiers and police officers  took away their personal property, while demanding that the said belongings be returned.

Nnamdi Kanu’s younger brother, who is the family’s spokesperson, Prince Emmanuel Kanu, disclosed to Daily Sun that the major issue which disturbs the family is the boxes of wrapper belonging to their mother, which allegedly the military officers took.

Prince said: “We have said this before and we will keep talking about it, of all that the soldiers and policemen took away when they invaded our home, the ones we are worried about most are the two boxes of wrapper belonging to our mother.

“What are they going to do with the old woman’s boxes of wrapper? If they do not return them together with other items they made away with, they must surely face God’s wrath.”

Kanu said apart from their mother’s belongings, the soldiers also desecrated their father’s palace by ransacking and taking every available thing that represents Igbo culture.

“What the army did is barbaric and despicable; taking our old parents’ belongings was the height of callousness, and we call on them to return those items without further delay or they will face the wrath of Chukwuokike Abiama.”

Why IPOB Fell Like A House Of Cards: Nnamdi Kanu’s Confessions By Churchill Okonkwo

 This is the confessions of a dangerous mind that lied, to tell the truth. Even though it is very dark where I am held against my wish, I saw IPOB shake and tremble, and then fall to pieces like a house of cards. By using IPOB to promote the divisive rhetoric of seductive but destructive whisper that is pushing Ndigbo to the false comfort zone of isolationism, I erred.

I scratched the itching eye with the piece of wood meant for scratching an itching ear. In my arrogance, I never imagined that should the Nigerian security operatives make a determined effort to extinguish me, the human rocks I had piled as a barrier around my father’s house would come tumbling down. The invasion of my father’s house by murderous Nigerian security operatives and the subsequent killing of many of my unarmed followers was an “aha” moment for me.  I feel sadness over the death of Umu Igbo in the quest for Biafra that should never have occurred.  I am confessing that IPOB’s foolhardiness led to their death.

In the words of wisdom from a great mind Albert Einstein, “The difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits.” I am confessing that IPOB’s absurdity has no limit.

We are like lepers whose hand Ndigbo shook and we overcome with excessive affection. Because Igbos honored the Biafran spirit and heroes and stayed home when we threatened them, we arrogated that honor to ourselves and got carried away.

After I recently disappeared into thin air, my comrades in IPOB, rather than change gear and save our fast depleting gunpowder, exhausted them in the false hope that they will stop the November 18th governorship election in Anambra State. The call for a boycott of that election finally exposed our dirty ass. The residual energies after my dramatic disappearance could not coalesce around the elusive goal of forcing Ndi Anambra to boycott the governorship election.

Suddenly, the almighty IPOB has crumbled like a cookie. Now, I have not only killed my obsession with breathless pursuit of an elusive Biafran goal, I have also left the beautiful mess IPOB, directionless. I guess that’s what happens when a headless ram like IPOB initiates a head fight with the bull, Nigerian military operatives.

Even in this present state of damped optimism, I don’t want any of the pro-Biafran independence agitators to lose their outrage over the state of affairs in Nigeria and Igbo land because, in outrage, there is hope. However, having observed the collapse of the move for independence even after a referendum by the Catalonians and Kurds in Spain and Iraq, respectively, I have concluded that one of the first steps to real liberation is not to build on lies and deceit.

IPOB crumbled like a cookie because it was anchored on deceit. Fiction is a deceit. IPOB’s promise of an independent state of Biafra is a fiction. My promise to Igbos who do not understand the political realities of Nigeria that Biafra is about to be actualized “now” was a deceit. Biafra that contemplates actualization through the derogation of every ethnicity in Nigeria in the 21st century is a deceit.

Yet, fooled with this incoherent rhetoric and false hope, my Igbo brothers favored this deceit. I was absolutely wrong about this deceit and I apologize to IPOB members, followers and supporters.  I erred by using the same rhetoric as that of the 1990s that led to civil war in Burundi and Rwanda, fueling passions that are always very difficult to extinguish.

IPOB fell like a pack of cards because I used a basket to collect water. Now, I have realized that mobilizing others requires that those doing the mobilization have their acts together, including, a sound strategy, and the right people in place. Despite the massive support garnered by IPOB in its quest for the actualization of the independent state of Biafra, the movement failed primarily because the mobilization was around elusive goals. Most importantly, IPOB failed because my leadership style can at best be characterized as braggadocio.

Looking back at my missteps in the past couple of years, I have realized that the mobilization by IPOB has been built on false hope, hence the inevitable failure. The truth is that propaganda on social media alone will not result in any lasting political gains. The more the incoherence of IPOB, MOSOB, BIM, Biafran Zionist, filters through, people get used to it and Igbo generations will waste their time on jamboree rather than constructive political engagement.

Thus the crux of this confession is to say that, what matters, in the end, is what is made out of the existing grievance and not the grievance itself. I have realized that if one shoots a lizard along his path as he climbs a zigzag tree, his supply of gunpowder will be exhausted. Please let us mobilize Ndigbo around a realistic goal rather than waste our gunpowder on social media.

Presently, there is a lull, except the familiar, though, damped misinformation by my IPOB Internet Soldiers. This is because there is still a vacuum, a big vacuum begging to be filled with reference to the mobilization of Igbo people around a vision that is in our best interest in Nigeria.

I am happy this time out in an unknown location has made me realize that at IPOB, we have our politics backward. Rather than overwhelming its adversaries, IPOB has been run aground by its own missteps. Our politics based on suspicion of other ethnic groups offered no answers to the cosmopolitan Nigeria with millions of Igbos in every corner working hard and earning a living.

From my unknown location and with my head cooling off now, it is so evident to me that nothing less than a fundamental rethinking of our modus operandi is required. At this moment that IPOB have demonstrated its incapacity of sound strategy and reasoning, a new politics should arise in its place. It is my hope that this new politics will not be a complaint-based like IPOB, but rather, a Renaissance similar to Martin Luther King’s positive vision as articulated in “I have a dream” speech. Let this new Renaissance replace IPOB’s doomsday discourse with aspirational and future-oriented one.

Please use this confession going forward to affect the much needed new path to Igbo Renaissance. Our collective path forward as Ndigbo in these very troubled times depend on what we do next.

Merry Christmas in advance. I love you all

(This unendorsed, yet classic confession of Nnamdi Kanu was coded and transmitted from his unknown location but decrypted by my Biafran Spirit).

Biafra: IPOB dead and gone – Lai Mohammed

Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has stated that the successful conduct of the governorship election in Anambra state last Saturday shows that the Nnamdi Kanu-led Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, is dead and gone.

According to the Information Minister, the turnout of voters during the polls has diminished the IPOB.

Lai Mohammed said this while addressing reporters in Abuja, the nation’s capital on Wednesday, against reported call by the pro-Biafra group for indigenes to stay away on the election day.

His words, “I think what that proved really is that IPOB does not represent the good people of Anambra or any state in the South East.

He said the IPOB propaganda about the election really showed that they are not on ground.

“The people of Anambra have shown that there is no alternative to democracy and that they believe in one Nigeria and federal system of government. If there are issues to be resolved, let us resolve it. But terrorism and separatism is not the answer.

“I think the Anambra election has sounded the death knell on IPOB because they said election will never hold. The election has come and gone, the turnout was quite reasonable.

“Every party competed very competitively and at the end of the day, the people of Anambra have decided who is going to be their governor.”

Biafra: Court adjourns Nnamdi Kanu’s trial

Trial of the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, at an Abuja Federal High Court has been adjourned till December 5, 2017.

The IPOB leader is standing trial before the Justice Binta Nyako-led court for charges bordering on treasonable felony leveled against him by the Federal Government.

The matter was adjourned due to the absence of ‎ Justice Nyako, who is said to be attending the “All Judges Conference” being held at the National Judicial Institute, Abuja.

Kanu was noticeably absent from court for the second time, following his disappearance after soldiers allegedly invaded his residence in Abia State on September 14.

Despite Kanu’s absence, Senator Eyinnaya Abaribe, who is one of the IPOB’s sureties was however in court.

Biafra: FG speaks on Nnamdi Kanu’s whereabouts, reveals why he is hiding

The Nigerian Government on Tuesday told an Abuja Federal High Court that leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnmadi Kanu deliberately went into hiding to avoid the consequences of himself and his group.

The Federal Government said this while urging the Acting Chief Judge of the High Court, Justice Abdu Kafarati, to dismiss the motion IPOB filed to quash the proscription order.

Represented by the Solicitor General of the Federation, Dayo Akpata, the Federal Government insisted that there was no bloody onslaught in Kanu’s house during the Operation Python Dance II, adding that it was not responsible for the whereabouts of the IPOB leader.

Akpata insisted that there was no report from security operatives to the effect that Kanu was missing.

He said Kanu “has deliberately gone into hiding ostensibly to avoid his adjourned trial and also to avoid the likely legal consequences of the activities of himself and his group”.

The government also informed the court that the proscribed pro-Biafra group was behind recent cache of arms intercepted in Lagos by the Nigeria Customs Service, NSC.

It noted that investigations revealed that members of the group imported arms, comprising of pump action rifles from Turkey.

Justifying its decision to apply for IPOB to be outlawed, the FG said the deal was brokered by a Turkish national that allegedly visited the ‘missing’ IPOB leader, shortly after he was released from detention.

Akpata urged Justice Kafarati to dismiss the motion IPOB filed to quash the proscription order.

It told the court that activities of IPOB “has been hampering effective policing of the South East region”, adding that the Inspector General of Police had directed his men to deal decisively with Biafra agitators who ordered restriction of movement in the South East to mark the Biafra Day celebration.”

He said “The leader of Biafra Independent Movement, BIM, and founder of the renowned Movement for Actualisation of Soverign State of Biafra, MASSOB, Ralph Uwazuruike, attested to the violent conducts of IPOB members”.

The government noted that Uwazuruike attested that the IPOB’s activities was against the principles of non-violence in the achievement of Biafra independence.

“That aside from threatening to stop Anambra governorship election in November, Nnamdi Kanu has also stated that there would be no elections in the other four South East States in 2019”, he said.

 Biafra: ‘Vote and die’ IPOB protesters not from Anambra – BIM

The Chief Ralph Uwazuruike-led Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra, (MASSOB) otherwise called Biafra Independent Movement (BIM) has claimed that members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) that held procession at the weekend in major roads of Onitsha, Anambra State, were not Anambrarians.

The key message of those who engaged in the procession was that Anambrarians should boycott the election, threatening that whoever votes will die.

But BIM said the protesters were young men and women imported from other Southeast states.

Making this disclosure to newsmen on Tuesday, the BIM Director of information, Mazi Chris Mocha urged Anambra electorates to “ignore the posters being pasted in some communities by the proscribed IPOB directing people to boycott the November 18 poll in the state”.

Mocha said that, “it is only a group that has no agenda for Biafra that will be calling for stay at home two times in six months.

“While awaiting the emergence of a new Biafra, BIM would continue to support good governance just as it is being experienced now in the state.”

He reiterated that members of the IPOB leadership, including Nnamdi Kanu, were expelled members of MASSOB found guilty of engaging in anti-MASSOB activity.

“MASSOB BIM is a non violence body unlike IPOB that uses violence which prompted its being labeled a terrorist group and proscribed”, he recalled.

 Nnamdi Kanu Sacked As Radio Biafra Director over Misappropriation of $22m, £14m

The controversial Radio Biafra, the mouthpiece of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), reportedly hit the airwaves about 6am-7am on Sunday morning.

According to Independent Newspaper report, the radio immediately announced the sack of Nnamdi Kanu, as director and leader of IPOB.

The newspaper reported that the Radio Biafra’s programme started with the lady announcer, who gave her name as Ifeoma Okorafor, stating that the radio was back on air and that IPOB was restructuring.

Then the shocking announcement that “Mazi Nnamdi Nwanekaenyi Kanu, the former Director of Radio Biafra is hereby dismissed and removed as Director of Radio Biafra following extensive and intensive consultations”.

The announcer named one “Mazi Ezenwachukwu Sampson Okwudili as Kanu’s replacement.”

The announcer reeled out reasons why Kanu was removed to include:

“Personalisation of the Biafran struggle and derailing from the core objectives of IPOB as a grassroots movement.

“Kanu’s actions and his decisions to incite members of IPOB towards violence leading to the death of many innocent young people in Onitsha, Aba and Umuahia is totally unacceptable and grossly irresponsible.

“Kanu privately collected £14 million and another $22 million to purchase landed properties abroad in his name and that of his father, Igwe Israel Kanu, in a clear case of ‘monkey dey work baboon dey chop’, among others.

 Biafra: IPOB, Nnandi Kanu’s activities putting 11.6 million Igbos at risk – Kalu

Chikwendu Kalu, the Speaker of Abia State House of Assembly, says the activities of the proscribed Indigenous Peoples of Biafra, IPOB under the leadership of elusive Nnamdi Kanu, put the lives of 11.6 million Igbo people living outside the South East at risk.

Kalu said this in an interview with newsmen in Abuja.

He stated that Kanu’s agitation was not done within the ambit of the law, stressing that the IPOB leader should have explored legal avenue to redress grievances against the South East.

According to Kalu, “Yes I was worried but I thank God for what He was able to use the governor to achieve during that period. What saved the situation was the curfew he imposed when the military came and that calmed the situation.

“But let me point out that the agitation on the part of Nnamdi3 Kanu was not done within the ambit of the law.

“If you have any grievance, it is incumbent on you to explore all legal avenues to redress it. It is not something you begin to militarize the environment to achieve. That is exactly what happened. Immediately after the curfew was imposed, what the House did was to condemn Kanu and adopted the position of the South-East governors by proscribing IPOB.

“Let me quickly point out, the young man possibly didn’t know that as at the time he was doing those things, 11.6million Igbos live outside Abia.

“They live in all states of the north and if anything had happened to the few northerners that were in Abia, those 11.6million Igbos may have come to harm.”

What we will do in Anambra to stop election – IPOB

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB has described as wild allegation the claims that it intends to disrupt the Anambra governorship election on Saturday.

The group said it is not true that it plans to disrupt the election, saying that its only plan is to boycott the election because it will not be anything different from others that have been conducted in Nigeria.

It said, “Wild, unfounded and foolish accusations about IPOB intending to disrupt the polls on Saturday as peddled by politicians, is not only baseless but completely unfounded.”

The group said instead of watching out for disturbances from IPOB, Anambra people should better be careful of security agents who have been despatched to the state to kill and maim it’s citizens.

“What the good people of Anambra State should watch out for is the well known rigging antics of INEC. We insist on total boycott of all elections because voting in Anambra or any other elections in Nigeria is an exercise in futility because Aso Rock have already decided who they want sworn in as Anambra governor despite the warm words of free and fair elections emanating from APC praise singers in the South East.

“A country like Nigeria riddled with institutionalised injustice cannot conduct a free and fair elections. No free and fair elections has ever been conducted in Nigeria’s history, so Anambra State cannot be an exception. Risking ones life to go and vote on Saturday, with trigger happy Hausa Fulani soldiers looking for Biafrans to kill, is a risky adventure not worth undertaking by any sane person.”

IPOB spoke further, saying, “That they have perfected plans to rig the upcoming Anambra State Governorship election in favour of the most loyal Hausa Fulani slave among the contenders is not a secret.

“IPOB Intelligence Unit have uncovered plans by APC to import voters from Imo State with the help of Rochas Okorocha. Willie Obiano on the other hand is working hand in hand with Gov. Dave Umahi of Ebonyi State to bus in Northern youths resident in the state into Anambra to vote for Willie Obiano as a reward for signing up to the war against IPOB.

“At this moment, they have concluded plans to declare the APC candidate winner, whether people vote or not. What this means is that our vote doesn’t count. Voting is tantamount to legitimising illegitimacy,” IPOB said.

The group warned Anambra people that the same politicians who were urging them to go ahead and cast their votes were the same people that conspired with Aso Rock cabal to bring death to the southeast through Operation Python Dance II.

“We hereby warn all commercial vehicle operators to please stay away from Anambra State starting from the evening of the 17th of November because any vehicle seen will be regarded as hostile and working to subvert the will of the people.

“On no account must any vehicles pass through Anambra State because some politicians at the payroll of Fulani caliphate are hell bent on causing trouble on the 18th by importing alien voters into Anambra State.

“We are fully aware that all soldiers and police drafted into Anambra State have been brought ostensibly to facilitate the rigging of the election and to kill as many people as possible. So any vehicle seen on the road will be considered a threat to their plans to rig the election and the occupants of such vehicles will be shot dead.

“Therefore, we advise every body to stay in doors on that fateful day in Anambra State and to desist from driving through the state from 5pm on Friday the 17th of November to 6pm on Saturday the 18th,” the release read.

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  1. the only key that can end this crises is giving us Biafra, that’s my father’s land Biafra is my last hope, LONG LIVE BIAFRA LONG LIVE NNAMDI KANU

  2. Federal government and their army are the right people to tell us our leader’s where about, have they killed him or is he still alive, the ZOO should stop telling us nonsense

  3. the only way you can feel and understand the weightiness of a 50kg bag of cement carried by a man on a long jorny and seeking relief and complaining of its weight is by friends and those that profess love and oneness for and with him is relief hm of such load and bear the load themselves,and not call him namre for wanting hs freedom.nigerians who are aginst nnamdi kanu and ipob are the most misguided and morally bankrupt of people and wll end up destroying themselves and the country because you fail to realise that since your definition of peace,unity,oneness is the acceptance of injustice and inequity as our lot,igbos and indeed biafrans shall with the greatest and bottomless bitterness despise, hate this country,and shall get biafra as certain as you cannot stop the rising of the sun.Today you are forcing the owners of english language and the rest of civilised humanity to accept your definition of terrorism and they have rejected you,you and your foolish generation of barbaric children demonstrating against your gods,the british, in abuja has already been orphaned,you are alone,you have commenced your self destruction,the igbos thronging around you are supporters of biafra restoration and shall abandon you at the right time,sorry you are forever rejected,because as as you have 47 year refused to rebuild biafra land which cllectively in senseless war of genocide,we are going build a biafra nation that will be the pride of africa and dignity of man,white or colored and know we can,yout continuious opposition to biafra restoration is in its self a hatefull disservice to humanity. africans and men of conscience everywhere in the world must rise in support of the audacious genuine desire for the restoration of ancient nation of biafra. long live biafra,longlive mazi nnamdi kanu,and of course,long live nigeria as the imminent exit of biafra to her natural territories does not end the existence of nigeria as a nation.

  4. Instead of contending with the other Biafra ethnic nations, Igbo alone is good enough as Biafra. Give me independent Igbo nation. But mind you the truth that Igbo is not just South-East. Igbo natural boundaries exist. I shall be glad to have that as Biafra.

  5. BIAFRA Is My Country To Be, And All We Are Demanding Is A Referendum To Enable The Masses To Deside For There Feature, And BIAFRA Is The Anwser To All The People Of Eastern Ligion Plus Egbanke In Edo State Minus Edo It Self

  6. Biafra can never die,Biafra was born from the womb of genuine heart of sincerity, and desire for true freedom. There is nothing like oneness in this country called Nigeria, this is true, how can one claiming to be my fellow country man continuously killing my children, without showing any sense of remorse, claimed country man is always breathing threat ;the reason why they don’t want Biafra to go is just because of oil in the land of Biafra not that they like Igbo’s or people of Biafra, let oil finish tody they will hurriedly let Biafra go like Pharaoh of old Egypt in the Bible. Let us make it abundantly clear to Nigerian government and Nigerian people, Igbos have lost interest in Nigeria this is true; because there are lots of secrecy, insincerity, injustice, hatred, hypocrisy, lies, and brutality against Igbos.other ethnic groups in the South South may choose to continue withNigeria but Igbo land whether it is in south east or south south is the land of Biafra. shedding of Igbo mans blood must stop,God help Biafra.

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