Special Counsel/Solicitor to Nnamdi Kanu, Aloy Ejimakor, has faulted reports of a possible negotiation with the Federal Government over Kanu’s trial.
He said this last night In a telephone conversation with The Guardian. He said there was no truth in the story, stressing that an attempted negotiation over Biafra agitation, which Kanu started with the southeast government was truncated following the invasion of his house by soldiers that
led to loss of lives.
He added that the whereabouts of his client has remained unknown since the invasion, adding that already they had filed actions in court compelling the Federal Government to produce Kanu.
He said: “How can you negotiate with someone we don’t know whether he is dead wounded, captured or whatever. It does not arise at all.’’
Also, the Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) said yesterday that the proscription of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the ongoing military operation in the southeast zone would not dim the agitation for Biafra.
Leader of MASSOB, Uchenna Madu, said in a statement made available to The Guardian in Enugu that the group remains committed to the realisation of Biafra, stressing that those obtaining court orders to stop the activities of the group were merely wasting their time.
MASSOB described IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as a “committed Igbo man.”