Nnamdi Kanu is Subjected to Unimaginable Torture by the Buhari Government and DSS — IPOB Writes to UN

DSS Explains why Nnamdi Kanu Wore the Same it was white Fendi Dress to Court

The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has yet again written to the United Nations, UN, about their leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who has been in detention at the DSS, heading to 1 year now.



IPOB stressed to the UN, that it’s leader is being subjected to unimaginable torture by the Buhari Government and the Nigeria’s secret police, DSS, ( Department of Security Services)



This was contained in a statement release by IPOB spokesperson, Emma Powerful, on Wednesday, adding that Kanu has endured torture, humiliation and wouldn’t allow him to change clothes.



In the statement by Emma Powerful, IPOB urged the United Nations, UN, and the Human Rights Watch to prevail on the Nigerian government to release Kanu, unconditionally. The statement reads:

“The global family of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), wish to put the whole world on notice that our leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is currently under severe torture and humiliation in the hands of Nigeria Government at the Abuja headquarters of the Department of Security Services, DSS, where he is under custody.




“We condemn this torture and the flagrant abuse of his human rights by DSS. Since his abduction from Kenya on June 19, 2021, till date they have been touring him. They have denied him access to his religious materials.



“They have never allowed him to change his clothes while on the other hand, the same hypocritical Government is sewing new clothes for bandits and mass murderers who have purportedly repented.



“Our leader has been subjected to unimaginable torture since his rendition to Nigeria. The world will be shocked at further revelations of what he has passed through ever since then.



“Therefore, the global world, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and all diplomatic missions in Abuja Nigeria should prevail on Nigeria to release Kanu, unconditionally so he will not die in detention.”






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