American Military Veterans Demand Release of Nnamdi Kanu

The American Military Veterans Of Igbo Descent have demanded the release of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, following the incarceration of the leader despite being freed by the Court.

This comes after a delegation from American Military Veterans of Igbo Descent visited the U.S. State Department on Friday stating that the Nigerian judiciary has ignored rulings from competent courts, international courts, and United Nations opinions supporting Kanu’s release.

According to Aloy Ejimakor, the legal adviser to Kanu, their visit comes as a show of solidarity with the Igbo community and a call to action for the State Department to intervene in Kanu’s case.

The veterans’ advocacy efforts aim to raise awareness about Kanu’s plight and push for his freedom, citing human rights concerns and the need for justice.

Their visit to the State Department marks a significant step in the campaign to secure Kanu’s release and promote accountability in Nigeria’s judicial system.

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