“Buhari lied to us, Nnamdi Kanu was drugged” Femi Falana declares

The Nigerian human right lawyer, Femi Falana believes that the government lied about the re-arrest of the leader of the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu who is exposed for trial.

The human rights activist in his recent approach announced that the federal government may have drugged Nnamdi Kanu via their power even before they deported him to Nigeria for trial.

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Defending his claim, he outlined that the government went against the Nigerian Constitution by forcing Nnamdi Kanu to the Abuja Federal High Court for his trial.

Falana also urged Nigerians to stop Buhari’s government from taking them back to what happened in 1984.

In his words, he said:

“We should not allow Buhari’s government take us back to 1984 when an attempt was made to kidnap Umaru Diko in London. He had already been kidnapped and on the way to the airport, a neighbour saw them and raised an alarm after witnessing the inhuman treatment he was subjected to.

“In the case of Kanu, Kenyan government cannot admit that on their soil a Nigerian was taken out of the country without going through the legal process. It’s likely they drugged him to sleep and brought him back to Nigeria.”

“That is against the anti-torture act and Nigeria’s constitution. Therefore, those who say they brought Kanu back through some international collaboration are not telling the truth. Interpol cannot deport without due process.”

“We should not allow Buhari’s government take us back to 1984 when an attempt was made to kidnap Umaru Diko in London. He had already been kidnapped and on the way to the airport, a neighbour saw them and raised an alarm after witnessing the inhuman treatment he was subjected to.

“In the case of Kanu, Kenyan government cannot admit that on their soil a Nigerian was taken out of the country without going through the legal process. It’s likely they drugged him to sleep and brought him back to Nigeria.”

“That is against the anti-torture act and Nigeria’s constitution. Therefore, those who say they brought Kanu back through some international collaboration are not telling the truth. Interpol cannot deport without due process.”

 

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