Soldiers, Police Looting Nnamdi Kanu’s Family House- IPOB

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Soldiers, Police Looting Nnamdi Kanu’s Family House- IPOB


Fresh reports claims that the Palace of His Royal Majesty Eze Israel Kanu which is also the family house of Nnamdi Kanu was looted on Sunday, October 8th. It was alleged that soldiers of the Nigerian Army and Police officers stormed the compound with 15 Toyota Hilux vans.

This was disclosed in statement released by the spokesperson of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mr Emmanuel Powerful. He said the house located in Afaraukwu, Umuahia, Abia State has been looted as the officers carted away belongings of the family in their absence.

Mr Emmanuel stated that the looting was well captured by the CCTV cameras mounted in the palace.

He said, “We, the Indigenous People of Biafra, worldwide, do hereby raise the alarm over the incessant raids on our leader’s compound in Afaraukwu Umuahia by the Nigerian government and her security operatives, especially the Nigerian army and police, who have been stealing and looting the palace of His Royal Majesty Eze Sir Israel Kanu for weeks now.

“The criminal activities of these thieves in uniform were captured on hidden CCTV cameras mounted in and around the compound.

“The murderous Nigerian soldiers arrived with 15 Hilux vans to our leader’s compound for the second time in a space of 24 hours and stayed for up to 5 hours inside the compound packing private properties belonging to our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, his wife’s clothing and jewelry and other items belonging to the rest of his family members.

“We are still wondering what the Nigerian army and police had in mind before embarking on yet another invasion and attack on our leader’s compound on Sunday, 8th October 2017.”

Emmanuel also alleged that while some soldiers planted bombs and other dangerous weapons in Kanu’s residence, some others later destroyed the CCTV cameras after some clips started circulating on the social media. He stated that the recent declaration of the Army on conducting ‘raids’ on the property was as a result of the leaked clips online.

Those responsible for the vandalisation of Kanu’s home were initially not aware that they were recorded until the footage started appearing online.

“On realising they were captured on camera, they returned to the palace to destroy the CCTV cameras and loot yet more properties.

“It was at this point the Nigerian Army acknowledged for the first time that they have frequently conducted raids on the palace,” he said.

IPOB also fingered the South West Governors Forum and leaders of Ohaneze Ndigbo of having hands in the travails of Nnamdi Kanu.

The statement added, “We are calling on the community of civilised nations, human rights groups and other conscientious global organisations to prevail on the Nigerian government to account for the properties they stole from Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s family home and to openly tell the whole world what type of bombs and explosives they planted in his compound.

“They must also stop lying and produce our leader and all those arrested during the murderous raid of 14th September 2017.

“We must also point out to the world that those kidnapped during the murderous invasion of our leader’s compound that led to the death of 28 people on the 14th September 2017 are still unaccounted for, including Mazi Nnamdi Kanu himself.

“There is no doubt in our mind that our leader, alive or dead, is in the custody of the Nigerian Army with the knowledge of Igbo governors and Ohaneze Ndigbo.”

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