Nnamdi Kanu is ill
According to thebiafraherald, the director of DSS and President Buhari has a strategy to kill the Ibo- biafran people working with DSS with the aim of executing secretly the Director of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu.
According to the news portal, they have being receiving reports about Nnamdi’s torture by the organsation for months now in the detention.
Report said Nnamdi Kanu is very ill due to excessive corporal punishment by the DSS officials saddled with the responsibility to manhandle Nnamdi Kanu.
His state of health right now requires urgent attention but the DSS on the orders of President Buhari have refused him any access to medication.
Recall the president’s comment during the last presidential media chat when he was asked why he has refused to release Nnamdi Kanu and Dasuki despite the court orders.
Buhari was quoted as saying ”If you know the atrocities committed by these people , you will not expect me to release them”.
But most analysts have criticized Buhari saying only a competent court of law can determine whether a suspect is guilty or not. And that since the court hasn’t pronounced them guilty, it amounts to setting aside the law to take such a position by Buhari.
Many said Buhari does not respect the rule of law by disobeying court orders.
thebiafraherald.co claimed the source of the information about Buhari’s plot to eliminate Kanu is very genuine and reliable.
The website also said most biafran ibos are angry with what they refer to as barbaric treatment of Nnamdi Kanu, and the devilish plans to kill ibo staffers of DSS.
They warned that this country will be brought down should anything happen to Nnamdi Kanu or any Ibo biafran.
They used the medium to sensitize the IPOB members to be battle ready should the government insist on killing their people, as they will be ready for war.
The said the Deputy to Nnamdi Kanu will soon dish out instructions to the members to follow on the next line of action.
Meanwhile, in some quarters, MASSOB has been alleged to have kick started a process to setting up its parallel government.
The body said the struggle continues since the Nigerian state has refused to grant its request of leaving Nigeria to be a republic of their own.
The leader Raph Uwazurike said its government will not involve in any violence or do anything that will bring about break down of law.