IPOB criticizes the FG for releasing Boko Haram terrorists


IPOB criticizes the FG for releasing Boko Haram terrorists
The Federal Government's recent release of 101 Boko Haram militants from Ikoyi Prison has been denounced by the Indigenous People of Biafra.

While the government freed known terrorists, IPOB claimed that Nnamdi Kanu, the organization's leader, and other members were being held indefinitely in detention centers all around Nigeria.

IPOB noted that "this Federal Government covertly sponsors and supports terrorists who have massacred a lot of people by the way they colluded with the terrorists to free their members from Kuje Prison a few months ago" in a press release issued by Comrade Emma Powerful, the Media and Publicity Secretary.

The remaining terrorists at Ikoyi Prison have been unconditionally released by the same government.

He continued, "These terrorists freed by their Government were either swapped with the Abuja train prisoners or released to get ready for National Jihad as the Fulanization program is nearing completion.

We are aware that no court has released or granted bail to the Boko Haram terrorists detained in Ikoyi, Lagos, since their arrest in 2019. Instead, they were released on orders from the president or cabals.

"They have been unconditionally liberated to carry on with the profitable jihad and terrorism businesses of the Caliphate.

"The IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, was kidnapped and is still being wrongfully held in solitary confinement with other IPOB members by the Nigerian government.

"The Government of Nigeria is telling us that only the homicidal terrorists are important, proving that the Ndigbo and other tribes are not required in Nigeria."

However, IPOB demanded that the government immediately unconditionally free Kanu and the other IPOB members who are being held in various security facilities throughout Nigeria.

"Self-determination is a fundamental human right both globally and locally, hence we are urging people of good conscience to pressure Nigeria's government and security to free IPOB Leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and other IPOB members immediately and without condition.

If Nigeria wants peace, it must release the IPOB Leader and other members.


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