The Guardian
Email YouTube Facebook Instagram Twitter
 
Continue playing
Nigerian Senator Ali Ndume demanding N500m damages for 'unlawful' suspension
You may also like
Watch again
Nigerian Senator Ali Ndume demanding N500m damages for 'unlawful' suspension
You may also like
News : National

IPOB: Group gives Nigerian government 21-day ultimatum to re-arrest Nnamdi Kanu

By OakTV
19 Sep 2017   |   1:09 pm   |   6m 6s
IPOB: Group gives Nigerian government 21-day ultimatum to re-arrest Nnamdi Kanu.


Share:
  • Olamide Adela

    You have gone beyond your wish abi? Kanu is no more. You can not arrest a corpse or can you? http://oduduwaliberationnews.blogspot.com/2017/09/nnamdi-kanu-has-been-assassinated.html?spref=fb

  • Lemmuel Odjay

    Yes, it is unconstitutional the way Kanu has chosen to go about his quest. But two wrongs don’t make a right, so supporting the Army in it’s declaration of iPOB as a terrorist organization is, in itself, a deviation from the constitutional norm just as his (Kanu’s) approach has proven to be. The army has no rights under our constitution to declare any Nigerian or association as terrorist. Since you claim to be operating under a democratic umbrella yourself, I do hope you appreciate this fact. We should be careful and avoid being carried to extremes by our emotions…

  • Segun Amosu

    this country Nigeria is gone!!! How can one nonsense group of people calling for arrest of another ethnic whereas during their own time no one see this nonsense group call nonsense name.
    I bet it’s high time we go our separate way

You may also like