Saturday, 30 September 2017

Nnamdi Kanu's House Was Not Raided, He Won't Be Declared Wanted Says Military

Nnamdi KANU and Nigerian Army

The Defence Headquarters of the military on Friday in Abuja said that it had no business declaring the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnami Kanu, wanted.

At a briefing with journalist, the DHQ stated that Kanu was not in military custody and so they couldn't be held accountable for him.

The Director, Defence Information, Major General John Enenche, who made the statement, also claimed that the military did not raid Kanu's residence.

He said, "KANU is not in the custody of the military. It is not the responsibility of the DHQto declare him wanted.

"If the court says that if he does not show up for hearing, it will hold the military responsible, (then) let us wait till that time.

"The military never raided Kanu's house. I watced the whole operation live on that day. Even I don't have any right to stop you while passing on a public route. I saw that the Biafra Security Service and the Biafran National Guards mounted roadblocks, and the soldiers came out peacefully and said, 'Boys, let us pass'. But the Biafrans attempted to collect their guns. Nobody went to Kanu',s house or raided him or took him away"

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