IPOB not criminals to be granted amnesty – Kanu’s brother

IPOB not criminals to be granted amnesty - Kanu’s brother
IPOB not criminals to be granted amnesty – Kanu’s brother

Mazi Kanunta Kanu, the younger brother of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, has opposed to Gov. Chukwuma Soludo’s offer of amnesty to IPOB members, claiming that IPOB members are not criminals in the first place and hence do not deserve amnesty.

Gov. Soludo proclaimed amnesty to everyone carrying guns on Monday at a prayer session organized to seek divine intervention to stop the Monday sit-at-home.

Mazi Kanunta Kanu, the younger brother of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the jailed leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, has protested to Gov. Chukwuma Soludo’s offer of amnesty to IPOB members, claiming that IPOB members are not criminals in the first place and hence do not deserve amnesty. unlawfully residing in the state

However, Kanu’s brother, in a rapid response, praised Soludo’s efforts to restore peace to Anambra State and the wider South East, but reminded the incoming Governor that IPOB members “are not criminals” and are not to blame for the zone’s alarming instability.

” @ KanuntaKanu: IPOB commanded by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu founded #ESN to protect Biafra land against herders,” Kanunta posted on Twitter. IPOB called for a Monday sit-at-home after MNK’s performance, which has since concluded.”

He stated that he supports Soludo’s efforts to reduce crime in the South East and that IPOB is still a peaceful organization.

“IPOB welcomes Governor Soludo’s efforts to reduce crime in the South East, but IPOB members are not criminals who should be pardoned.”

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