The family of detained Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, expressed gratitude to the Department of State Services (DSS) for adhering to court orders and permitting Kanu access to his visitors.
Prince Emmanuel Kanu, the family spokesperson, conveyed their appreciation after visiting Kanu at the DSS headquarters in Abuja. He was pleased that the DSS facilitated unrestricted access for all three court-authorized visitors, a departure from previous instances where not all approved visitors were permitted to see Kanu.
Acknowledging the DSS’s compliance, the family urged continuous adherence to court directives during future visits, highlighting past grievances over the agency’s non-compliance.
In the midst of this, Prince Emmanuel relayed Kanu’s counsel to exercise heightened vigilance ahead of the Supreme Court’s judgment on the dispute between Kanu and the Federal Government. Kanu cautioned both Biafra activists and security personnel to remain vigilant, emphasizing their commitment to a peaceful Biafra restoration devoid of violence.
“I met my brother today, and I commend the DSS for granting our family complete access to him, unlike before. He has a message for our people and security forces.
He urges everyone to stay alert as December 15 approaches, as there might be attempts to disrupt peace. He emphasized his stance against violence and urged against associating him or IPOB with any such acts. He also cautioned security forces against creating chaos under the guise of IPOB actions. He stressed the need for caution for everyone,” said Prince Emmanuel.