United Kingdom Parliament will judge the matter of IPOB's leader transfer to Nigeria


United Kingdom parliament planned to set up a debate to judge the involvement of Kenya in deporting IPOB's leader, Nnamdi Kanu back to the country.

Speaking on behalf of the federation, the Attorney-General, Abubakar Malami disclosed the IPOB's was deported back to Nigeria but didn't state which state and country was involved.

From the reports given, Kenya was disclosed as the party involved in Kanu's return back to Nigeria as alleged by the IPOB and several other groups.

Kanu's lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor confirmed Kanu was sent back to Nigeria from Kanu, it was an organized corporation between the Federal Government and Kenya. His client was badly mistreated before he was handed over to the Department of State Services, DSS.

Furthermore, the British Government stated last week that Kanu wasn't arrested within their shores. Hence, in judging the matter, Lord Alton of Liverpool stated in a document that he would be raising up the issue before the House of Lords.

The document reads, Lord Alton of Liverpool to ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of (1) the alleged role of the government of Kenya in the detention and alleged mistreatment of Nigerian activist Nnamdi Kanu, (2) the circumstances surrounding the transfer of Mr Kanu to Nigeria against his will, and (3) of any assistance being provided to him by the High Commission in Abuja. HL1665.

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