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Arrest Nnamdi Kanu now – Arewa youths to Osinbajo

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Arrest Nnamdi Kanu now – Arewa youths to Osinbajo

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Arewa youths yesterday stirred another controversy by asking the Presidency to order the immediate arrest and detention of the self-acclaimed Biafran leader, Nnamdi Kanu, over what they called threats to Nigeria’s corporate existence.

Arewa youths spoke as the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, under the leadership of Nnamdi Kanu, yesterday said that the total rejection of restructuring of the country by the honourable members of the Senate is an indication to all and sundry that Nigeria can never be united.

Addressing a news conference in Abuja, the Speaker of the Arewa Youth Assembly, AYA, Mohammed Salihu and the Clerk, Desmond Minakaro, accused the Federal Government of aiding and abetting the IPOB leader to breach the bail conditions handed him by Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court, Abuja and inciting Nigerians against the government at major rallies in the South South and South East states.

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The Northern youth leaders wondered why the government has allowed Kanu to grow wings and threaten national peace and security with inciting statements capable of destroying the country without calling him to order.

The Arewa youths said it was disappointing that despite the clear bail conditions reeled out by Justice Nyako, Kanu had brazenly violated all including the ban on organising rallies and press conferences and being with any crowd of more than ten persons at any time.

The youth leaders said: “The leadership of Arewa Youth Assembly has observed with keen interest the high level of lawlessness exhibited by Nnamdi Kanu since he was granted bail in June this year and the conspiracy of silence displayed by the Federal Government and its security agencies in the face of such affront by the IPOB leader. No doubt, this lawlessness is capable of disintegrating this country.

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