August 9, 2022

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Insecurity: CNG tackles UN over Nnamdi Kanu’s launch

Nnamdi Kanu

The Coalition of Northern Teams (CNG) has urged the United Nations to desist from “unwarranted interferences in Nigeria’s inside authorized processes” and demanding for the unconditional launch of the chief of the Indigenous Individuals of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, from detention.

Talking throughout a press convention Friday in Abuja, CNG’s spokesperson, Abdul-Azeez Suleiman, stated by demanding for Kanu’s launch ‘the UN, in any other case a decent international arbiter, tends to painting itself as supporting a renegade group accountable for inciting and finishing up violent armed rebel towards the Nigerian state.”

He stated: “It is very important recall that on the peak of Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB’s perpetual incitement for battle and genocide typically focused at individuals of different sections of the nation, utilizing all kinds of guises together with ethnicity and faith, the CNG on July 12, 2017, petitioned the United Nations Secretary Normal on the unfolding developments in Nigeria.

“Taking cognisance of rising realities, CNG took the properly reasoned choice to speak to the United Nations searching for its facilitation in guaranteeing a easy and seamless dedication of the lingering points. Curiously, nevertheless, the United Nations by no means acted on that petition.

“It is very important warning the United Nations to weigh the affect and penalties of backing these perpetrators of indiscriminate violence, wanton destruction and collective mayhem that fervently hope it’s going to engulf the whole nation and convey about one other civil battle and mass killings and struggling of harmless individuals.

“As a gaggle that represents the authentic curiosity of Northern Nigeria, the CNG calls on the United Nations and Nigeria’s worldwide mates to affix within the effort interrogating these unwarranted instances of Kanu and IPOB transmitting messages of hate and propaganda.”

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