BIAFRA! Check Out Fresh UN Directives On Nnamdi Kanu That Makes Separatist Agitation Legitimate- Ejimakor Explains
Barr Aloy Ejimakor stated on Friday that the directive issued by the United Nations to Nigeria to release Mazi Nnamdi Kanu with immediate effect affirms that separatist agitation is legal, and that referendum is a legitimate tool for settling it.
Hence, Ejimakor made these statements in response to the directive issued by the United Nations.
In a report that was submitted three weeks ago, the United Nations Working Group on Human Rights recommended that Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, be freed.
The report also stated that Kanu was acting within his rights when he called for a referendum to determine whether or not the Sovereign State of Biafra should be established.
The government of Nigeria has him behind up at the moment on allegations that he skipped bail in 2017 and ran a terrorist organization while also committing treason.
In August of last year, the combined forces of Nigeria and Kenya kidnapped him from Kenya and brought him to Nigeria. This method, according to the opinions of some legal experts, violated international laws.
However, a high court in Umuahia came to the conclusion that Kanu had not evaded his bail conditions and awarded damages against the federal government. Barr Aloy Ejimakor, Kanu’ s special attorney, was the one who initially filed the lawsuit.