JUST IN: Nigerian Army Maims Nnamdi Kanu – Lawyer Raises Alarm

On September 12, 2017 8 Comments

The attorney of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Ifeanyi Ejiofor, has accused the Nigerian government of placing the separatist agitator under house arrest.

Many soldiers laid siege to Kanu’s house on Tuesday, surrounding it and preventing him from leaving the building.

According to Ifeanyi, at least four IPOB members had been killed in the area by the soldiers.

“Just to notify the world that my client’s (Nnamdi Kanu) house is presently under siege by the trigger-happy soldiers acting under the direct instruction of Chief of Army Staff.

“He has been placed under house arrest at the moment while shooting sporadically into the air.

“Casualties are being counted as the unprovoked assault progresses. Some IPOB members have just been killed at least four people.

“They drove in in their thousands to arrest and maim him. I just got a distress call from him now. Further efforts to establish contact with him have remained unsuccessful.

“As it stands now, I can’t confirm whether he is dead or alive.”

However, the police spokesperson in the state, Geoffrey Ogbonna, denied the claim that IPOB members have been shot dead.

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Comments (8)


  1. chikala says:

    the police had collided with the low skilled army to disrupt every truth about todays clash . . They can’t fight ordinary cameroon that invade bakassi penisular . This one na Operation show force on civilians . Imps

  2. BiafraUnited says:

    Dear good Lord, please send thunder and fire to consume the Nigerian army and their commanders in crime. We believe in you dear Lord cause you alone can save our people from these criminals. For you have performed many wonders before and we believe that you see and hear our cries. Please Lord, do not forsake us. In Jesus name, Amen.

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