52 Northern groups reject UN’s call for Nnamdi Kanu’s unconditional release

On Friday, the Coalition of 52 Northern Groups (CNG) rejected the UN’s appeal for the unconditional release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the imprisoned leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).

Additionally, they charged that the UN had a prejudicial attitude toward particular national regions.

CNG spokesman Abdul-Azeez Suleiman urged the international organization to promptly drop its demand for Kanu’s unconditional release from the legitimate custody of Nigerian authorities while speaking with press in Abuja.

He also gave the Federal Government advice to step up to the plate and protect the nation by rebuffing and rejecting such a demand.

According to Suleiman, a destabilized Nigeria will undoubtedly pose a threat to the stability and security of the whole sub-Saharan region of Africa.

According to him, “It is unacceptable to Nigeria and Nigerians, and in particular to the North, that the United Nations will endorse the platform and space to be used by Kanu and IPOB in promoting anarchy and campaigning for genocide in Nigeria.

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