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Kenyans Tortured, Injured Nnamdi Kanu Without Consequences – Femi Fani-Kayode

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Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has disclosed that the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu was tortured and injured by Kenyans before he was brought to Nigeria..


According to FFK, the Kenyans punished and tortured Nnamdi Kanu with impunity without facing any consequences for their brutal action. Taking to his Instagram page, FFK condemned the brutal act on the IPOB leader.

He captioned his post as: Whether you love Mazi Nnamdi Kanu or hate him the thought that the Kenyans can torture him and subject him to inhuman treatment without any consequence is outrageous, nauseating and deplorable. I have been reliably informed that he suffered injuries in their hands. This is barbaric.

Netizens slid under the comment section and reacted to the post. Below are some reactions

edozie71: Uhuru Kenyatta’s father was protected in the south east by ZIK when he was fighting for there freedom, till today there is Kenyatta street named after Uhuru’s father in Enugu State. It is sad that 50yrs+ his son Uhuru is in a position to help Mazi Nnamdi Kanu but he decided to betray him 😢 It didn’t end well with Judas after betraying CHRIST.

dayor19: Our biggest problem now is aminat j Mohammed(Fulani)deputy director general of United Nation, she’s the one destroying Biafra and Odudua nation petitions that sent to United Nation

williampowersinc: Although I find the umlawful and inhumane treatment he got from the Kenyans abhorrent. However, as a freedom fighter MNK should have learnt from history of past freedom fighters around world. Rule number one, you should never ever leave the relative safety of you sanctuary no matter the reason. Except there’s a threat to your life and cause in the sanctuary. See, most freedom fighters who seek refuge in the western world are advised to not travel to certain parts of world for obvious reasons. This young man’s brash approach to his cause worthy though the cause might be cost him and the movement he chose to lead an avoidable mistake. He should have known that African countries are mostly ruled by despots and tyrants. I hope others learn from this arrogant know nothing approach to self determination and human rights. Same goes for Sunday Igboho. Tactical, strategic well calculated moves and restraints are hallmarks of great leadership.

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