Kanu speaks from detention, calls for end to killings in South East,
Written by on May 24, 2022
Detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu has spoken from the Department of State Security (DSS) detention, calling for an immediate end to the spate of senseless killings in the South East.
The IPOB leader equally demanded the release of a woman in her 70s he described as ‘Mama Biafra’ said to have been arrested by the DSS.
Kanu’s younger brother, Emmanuel Kanu who relayed his brother’s message, after visiting him in detention said he was saddened by the reports of Killings across the South East.
The younger brother quoted Kanu as saying that all those behind the current killings in South East must be held accountable for their atrocities, stressing that Ndigbo are not known for cannibalism.
Kanu urged all to ensure there is peace in South East, adding that those behind the insecurity in the zone are enemies of the people.