Malami’s comment on Nnamdi Kanu’s release is why we call Nigeria zoo — IPOB

Posted by News Express | 19 October 2022 | 1,344 times

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•AGF Malami, SAN



The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has attacked the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF), Abubakar Malami, SAN, for saying Igbo Governors and politicians will decide whether its leader, Nnamdi Kanu will be released unconditionally or not.
It tagged the statement as unintelligent, disgraceful and clownish, coming from someone who knows the law.
It said the statement from a government official in the person of the AGF justifies why IPOB calls Nigeria a zoo.
The statement issued on Tuesday partly read: “Such illogical statements from the Nigerian government and its officials is one among many justifications for calling Nigeria the ZOOLOGICAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA.
“IPOB believes that these Igbo Governors and politicians that Malami want to turn into a reviewing panel of the judgement of a competent court of Jurisdiction, the Court of Appeal know the game and evil intention of the AGF and will certainly not fall for his Greek poison packaged in the deceptive form of making them relevant.
“IPOB can confidently posit that these governors and politicians are more intelligent than the Fulani quota system Attorney General and Minister of Justice of the Federation. This Fulani terrorists sponsoring Government think that their divide and conquer tactics will work for them this time around in their attempt to try and shift the responsibility of the continued illegal incarceration of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra on the governors and politicians of South East extraction.
“Their agenda to create confusion and more problems in Igboland won’t work. We will not allow them to do this again to our people.
“IPOB wants to ask Malami when did Igbo Governors and politicians become a Court of superior mandate in Nigeria to decide if Mazi Nnamdi Kanu our Leader will be released unconditionally or not after the Appeal Court the second highest Court of competent jurisdiction has made a well reasoned ruling  already.
“It seems Malami does not have the buckle to approach the Supreme Court, hence the desire to supplant and foreclose that channel with trying to implicate governors and politicians of South East origin. Igbo Governors and politicians should understand this gimmick before going to any meeting that the Caliphate Government will call them to.”
While insisting that Kanu was discharged and acquitted by the Appeal Court, not by Igbo governors and politicians. IPOB dared the Igbo Governors and Politicians who may choose to be a willing and useful tool to the Caliphate.
It added: “Malami and APC Government must release Mazi Nnamdi Kanu unconditionally as declared by the Appeal Court and recommended by the UN Human Rights Working Group without delay because he committed no crime known to either Local or International law.
“Malami have been releasing terrorists from prison without taking them to court but have decided to play a demy god by this attempt to disregard and disobey the judgement of the Court of Appeal, as it has ignored the opinion of the UN Human Rights Working Group.
“If an Attorney General of a Nation who is supposed to uphold the Justice system in a constitutional democracy is the one destroying the rule of Law, then Nigerians are in a big political mess with this kind of government official saddled with immense responsibility of governance and upholding the law.
“Malami, your flagrant disobedience to the Appeals Court and UN Human Rights Working Group rulings and opinions respectively on the issue of the unconditional release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will secure you a room in ICC jail in the future. If you think Mazi Nnamdi Kanu or IPOB will surrender or retreat, you’re just dreaming.
“If you’re not careful, the BIAFRA project and Mazi Nnamdi KANU will consume you and your collaborators because we have the backing of the Almighty Chukwu Okike Abiama.”

Source: News Express

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