October 17th; for the resumed hearing of the case-- Where is Nnamdi Kanu?

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Governor Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia state says he does not know the whereabouts of the missing leader of the now-outlawed secessionist group, Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu. Recall that after the September 14th ‘invasion’ of the Umuahia home of Kanu by military officers, his members alleged that he had gone missing. 

They accused the military of taking him into hostage, an allegation the military has denied. Kanu who is standing trial for treason, is expected to be in court tomorrow, October 17th, for the resumed hearing of the case.

Governor Ikpeazu while speaking to newsmen in Abuja, said it would be unfair for anyone to ask him of Kanu’s whereabouts.

“I don’t think that is a fair question. I don’t have the capacity to determine where Kanu is. I have never visited him. I have never called him on phone and he has never taken me into confidence as to what he does, where he goes. So, those who are close to him would answer. I don’t have the capacity to monitor him and know where he is, maybe Journalists through investigative journalism will know.” he said

Speaking further, the governor said the people of the South-East believe in Nigeria more than any other part of the nation.

“Fundamentally speaking, I think that if the question we ask in this country today about whether there are inequalities, whether there are gaps or there are people who don’t feel that they have been fairly treated either as an individual or as a family or as a geopolitical zone, the answer is yes.

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