| Thursday, August 31, 2017 | 21:21  CET

Re-Arresting of Nnamdi Kanu and the said Violation of Nigeria Court Order 

Biafrans gathered to see Nnamdi Kanu



Going by the speculation from some groups and individuals who are demanding the rearrest of the supreme leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the director of radio Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu - who was granted bail on health issues by the Federal High Court Abuja - for violating his stringent bail conditions that restricted him from appearing in the midst of more than ten people, attending rally or engaging in press conference.

IPOB, therefore, uses this medium to clear the above speculation, that the leader of IPOB Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, despite the stringency, has not violated his bail terms given to him by the Federal High Court Judge, Binta Nyako.

It is obvious that as a leader of the people, there is no way he cannot be visited by his followers. There is no way he wouldn't receive people from all walks of life and there is no way he wouldn't attend church services because of the bail conditions, which the Judge knew violated his human rights. That is not applicable anywhere in the world, not to talk of someone with a high social status like Prince Kanu.

The activist, with high respect to rule of law, has remained in Nigeria since he came out of the prison and has only visited places within Biafra land based on invitation, which when  his followers hear will troop out in millions to have a glimpse of him, hence because of the crowds, the fake reporters, accuse him of violating  his bail terms by holding a rally.

It is a shame that corruption has made Nigerian Media houses unable to differentiate between a rally and a visit, a self – determination call and a call for war.

But if the violation of law in Nigeria is to be reprimanded, then, those people, persons demanding or calling for the Re-arrest of the activist, should with a matter of urgency, clamour for the arrest of those that have violated the Federal High Court Order - that is on the assumption that Nigeria laws are actually meant for all Nigerian citizens to obey without some being ABOVE the laws.

If Nigeria is one as claimed and Nigerian laws meant for all Nigerians, without northerners being above the law, what then stops the arrest and impeachment of Nigeria’s number one man, President Muhamadu Buhari, who openly in a media chat, stated that he would not release Nnamdi Kanu,  after two courts orders granted him, first, conditional bail, and second, unconditional release?

Such Comment coupled with the act of disobedience to courts orders exhibited by the number one citizen of the country, does it not depict a man who is above the law?

What about the DSS Boss, Lawal Daura who also violated a Federal High  Court order to release Bright Chimezie  Ishinwa unconditionally?

What about the Arewa elders in the likes of Tanko Yakasaai, Junaid Muhammed  and the  Arewa youths who also  violated  the Nigeria law by instigating a hate song to trigger another genocide against Biafrans, issuing a  Quit Notice to Biafrans to vacate northern region on or before October 1st 2017, which is an  act of  treason  in  Nigeria law,  and  the United Nations Charter.

 The above discussion, therefore, gave a clear indication that Nigeria law is not for all Nigerians to obey and respect, but to those treated as a second class citizen in their country (Biafrans).

The bail conditions given to  IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, by the Federal High Court Judge, Binta Nyanko, was a personal interpretation of Islamic religious law (Sharia) that seems to have surpassed the very laws ' of Nigeria.

The employee of the Federal High Court, in the Person of Binta Nyako, who also was the  judge that handled Ralph  Uwuazuruike’s  case during his MASSOB, who never cared to uphold the very law of the Nigeria federal system but  Sharia, has always denied Biafrans opportunities to seek  self- determinations,  right to freedom of speech and association with her Sharia Islamic law, that shouldn’t  be used on any citizen of other faith.

However, those people calling for Re-arrest of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu should first of all call for the arrest of Justice Binta Nyako for trampling on the right of a citizen, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and also to Mr. President, and his cohort who have violated many courts orders and other rules and regulations punishable by treason.

And to the state Governors, the Police, and the Army killing and molesting unarmed Biafrans for no reason. Stop your barbaric acts because Biafrans will no longer tolerate any threat from any section of the country, especially the northerners, the presidency, groups or individuals who think that Biafra restoration can only be determined by them.

By Onyebuchi Eucharia
For IPOB Writers
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