Biafra: I’m Fighting To Defend Our People, Not Kill Them, Kanu Calls For Calmness As Court Rejects Fresh Bail Application
Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, (IPOB)
has called for peace and tranquility in Biafra land, saying the Court’s ruling yesterday was long envisaged.
Kanu, who reminded South-easterners that his travail is to ensure their freedom and not to have them killed, reiterated that he and his team are commitment to bringing victory to them in the end.
This is even as the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja rejected his fresh bail application, yesterday, Tuesday, June 28.
The Biafra agitator had filed a fresh application seeking his release on bail pending the determination of the treasonable felony charge the Federal Government preferred against him but the case was dismissed when it came up for hearing on Tuesday.
However, that Justice Binta Nyako had yesterday, adjourned Kanu’s matter till November 14, for mention, Famousreporters.com reports.
According to a video as shared on Facebook by Favour Michael, Kanu, while speaking within the court premises said he wants the entire region to remain peaceful, pointing out that he is fighting to defend the people and not kill them.
In his words, “It is what we expect. But I want our people to be very calm. I want Biafranland to be calm, calm, and very peaceful. We are fighting to defend our people, not to kill them.
“We are fighting to defend them, that’s why I’m here. And we will continue to do so until we get victory.”