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Protesters flood British High Commission, insist UK must produce Nnamdi Kanu to face trial (photos)

Protesters flood British High Commission, insist UK must produce Nnamdi Kanu to face trial (photos)
ASJA also vowed to occupy the High Commission until Kanu is produced. Torkuma said: "We had clearly stated that we shall occupy this High Commission if the UK fails to produce Kanu.


"Our stance was informed by the knowledge that the UK was instrumental to the escape of the terrorist leader only for it to turn around to ask Nigerian authorities for clarification on the state and status of Kanu.

"Because Nnamdi Kanu holds dual citizenship of Nigeria and the United Kingdom, we do not refute the High Commission's right to inquire about its 'citizen' so to speak.
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 "But we do have issues with what the High Commission did in the period preceding when Kanu's IPOB was declared a terrorist organization and what it did afterwards. It smacks of the worst case of double standard possible." Torkuma also accused the UK government of keeping mute when her citizen, Kanu, was peddling hatred across Nigeria. "It did not see this time as a period to negotiate for him to return to London as its citizen to go peddle his terrorism there. But it had the resources to provide emergency travel documents for the IPOB leader the moment a Nigerian Federal High Court ruled that he leads a terrorist organization.
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"They colluded with other terrorist to ferret him away under the cover of darkness only to turn around to ask the Nigerian government to account for his whereabouts," he concluded.  Ejiofor said the client was in his bedroom when he last spoke to him during the military raid. He also urged the Nigerian army and the federal government to produce Kanu in order for him to face his trial before a Federal High court in Abuja.

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