Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Police should arrest Nnamdi KANU once He return - Junaid Mohammed
The former statesman and legislator of the Second Republic, Junaid Mohammed, said on Wednesday that the federal government should ignore the condition imposed by Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the banned indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), for his return to the country. .
Kanu, who recently lost his mother, Ugoeze Nnenne Kanu, and tries to return to Nigeria for the funeral, said he was ready to face a trial if the court guaranteed his safety.
Junaid said in a conversation that Kanu, who committed a criminal offense while on bail, does not have the right to give the federal government the necessary conditions for his return to the county so that he is judged.
"First of all, who is he? What is IPOB itself? One, I bailed out, which is a criminal offense. He now says that his mother is dead and must be able to go home. "
"Now he gives the federal government the conditions to return to the country. Let it burn in the ashes and go to hell. "
"I do not know why the media provides unnecessary coverage and attention to villains who are only agitators who generate feelings to destabilize the country."