Controversial politician and former Minister of Aviation, Femi
Fani-Kayode, on Sunday insisted that the Nigerian Army kidnapped the
leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu from his
Recall that Kanu has neither been seen or heard from since his
Umuahia residence was allegedly invaded by soldiers on September 14.
Following his disappearance, the Nigerian Army had severally denied having the pro-Biafra agitator in their custody.
However, Fani-Kayode, who took to his Twitter handle on Sunday
described the actions of soldiers, who allegedly “abducted” Kanu as
“heartless and unacceptable.”
He wrote: “IPOB leader Nnamdi Nnamdi’s home was attacked, his staff,
friends and supporters were slaughtered, his siblings were maimed, his
parents were brutalised, his dogs were shot, his cars were burnt and he
was abducted by the Nigerian Army. This is heartless and unacceptable.”