Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has called for peace in the South-East of the nation following the denial of his bail request by a federal high court judge.
According to sources, Justice Binta Nyako of the federal high court in Abuja dismissed the application on Tuesday, June 28, saying it was an abuse of the legal system because it had already been rejected. (READ HERE)
Speaking after the court judgement, Kanu urged the people of the Southeast to “remain calm” and make the zone peaceful.
“It is what we expect. But I want our people to be very calm. I want Biafranland to be calm, calm, and very peaceful. We are fighting to defend our people, not to kill them.
“We are fighting to defend them, that’s why I’m here. And we will continue to do so until we get victory.”