Kenya Called Out Against Her Alleged Involvement in Abduction of Nigeria-born Nnamdi Kanu, Matter May Hurt the Holiday Destination
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Kenya’s government’s alleged role in the repatriation of leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, may cause a furious backlash and hurt the destination. Kanu’s lawyer had implicated Kenya’s government in the rearrest of Kanu described by the Nigerian government as a ” wanted person.” Kanu told his lawyer Ejiofor that he was actually arrested in Kenya, detained for eight days and tortured by the authorities there before he was extradited to Nigeria. Ejiofor, in a statement on his Facebook wall, after his meeting with Kanu, said his client was abducted by Kenya’s Special Police Force at the country’s International Airport on June 18, 2021. Already, IPOB has asked its members all over the world to boycott Kenya and its products. Many took to the social media to discuss the backlash.
But the Kenyan government, through its High Commissioner in Abuja, Dr. Wilfred Machage, yesterday vehemently denied involvement in the arrest and extradition of the IPOB leader.
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