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Nnamdi Kanu: Abubakar Malami a disgrace to rule of law – Kelechi Madu

Nnamdi Kanu: Abubakar Malami a disgrace to rule of law - Kelechi Madu

Kelechi Madu, the Minister of Justice and Solicitor-General of the government of Albertia, Canada, has called for the immediate release of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.

 

Madu in a statement on Saturday said the the Attorney-General of Nigeria, Abubakar Malami is “a disgrace to rule of law, a “bigot” and “not worthy to be an officer of the court” stressing that both governments of Nigeria and Kenya broke major international law by abducting Kanu and moving him back to Nigeria.

Nnamdi Kanu: Abubakar Malami a disgrace to rule of law - Kelechi Madu
Nnamdi Kanu: Abubakar Malami a disgrace to rule of law – Kelechi Madu

The Canadian law czar also cautioned the government government of Nigeria to act in the interest of all Nigerians.

 

The statement reads:

“I urge the Nigerian government led by Muhammadu Buhari to ensure the safety of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra. I urge his immediate release.

 

 


“Reports suggest that Mazi Kanu was abducted in Kenya with the active collaboration of the Kenyan government led by President Uhuru Kenyatta. If true, Nigeria and Kenya violated international law and the rule of law that is supreme in their respective
countries.

 

“I call upon the international community, and in particular, United States Embassy in Nigeria; United Kingdom embassy in Nigerian Canadian, German and Israeli embassies and the European Union in Nigeria to use all their power, including diplomacy to ensure the safety and release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

 

“I further call on the leaders of these nations to ensure real consequences for these arbitrary violations of internationally accepted democratic norms and rules that govern civilized people, but above all, the arbitrary violations of Mazi Kanu’s fundamental human rights.

 

“Nigeria is burning, and the people of Nigeria, except those who are holding the country down, wants out. You cannot destroy the hope and aspiration of a people destined for greatness, and expect them to bow down in servitude.

 

“You cannot destroy a generation of people and expect them to not fight for their freedom. The power of the gun, state-sponsored terrorism will not achieve peace or the preservation of Nigeria.

 

 


“The Igbos and other ethnic groups in Nigeria who are calling for Nigeria to be renegotiated do not seek violence or war. They seek peace. They seek progress and the advancement of their people. Not only that, but they seek fairness, safety, equity, and justice for their people. Furthermore, they seek the opportunity for their children to grow up and achieve their God-given abundant potential. They seek the rise of a people with the work ethic, intellect and capacity to be a truly global superpower on the continent of Africa. They seek dignity over inhumane treatment. Likewise, they seek life over death.

 

“Friends of the black world must unite and liberate the people of Nigeria from this bondage and from the claws of corrupt and inept politicians who have no business being near the corridor of Nigeria’s political power.

 

“The Attorney General of Nigeria, Abubakar Malami is a disgrace to the rule of law, and not worthy to be an officer of the court. He has shown himself to be a bigot who does not understand what it means to live in a pluralistic society governed by the dictates of the rule of law.

 

“Finally, I must caution the present leaders of Nigeria to act in the best interests of the whole people of Nigeria. Since the inception of this government, and so far they have not been acting in all of Nigeria’s best interests”.

 

RESPONSE

Kyle hi, we appreciate that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s rights as enshrined under the African Charter on Human and peoples’ Rights, 1981, as ratified by Nigeria and domesticated accordingly to become Chapter IV of the CFRN,1999 must be upheld, respected and protected.

We observe with respect however, that MNK has violated the bail and all its conditions granted him by the Federal High Court of Nigeria. Two issues that relevant are thus, MNK can push for any remedy available to him for the failure of govt to follow the proper procedure in his extradition process back to Nigeria from Kenya or any other place. Secondly however, since he is back in Nigeria by whatever means, he must face the Court to purge his contempt, and his trial must be concluded following the due process of the law.

 

 



That way I trust his rights to dignity and of liberty, shall be upheld, and the legal system of Nigeria founded on Justice and Equity since 1863 unchallenged, will not be rubbished too.

#rightsmustberespected.
#dueprocessofthelawmustbe followed
#anoffendermustfacetrialwhoeverheis.

–  Umar Dukku, LLB, LLM,BL, PhD (in view) – Law Teacher at Nile University of Nigeria

 

It is baffling how you have become that which you seek to destroy. Tribalism, bigotry, secessionist etc are some of the words to describe you right now. Although you’re educated, you’re still not enlightened!

Where were you when your supreme leader MNK, was instigating violence in your region?? Where were you when he was using the intrumentality of the ESN to kill and main people in broad day light? Did you come to this platform to complain? Or even reprimand him at worse? Oho now you’ve suddenly find your voice? What about the Police men and women he killed? Soldiers? What about the public institutions he raised with fire? What about the 30 girls out of 200 he killed? To “escort” IKONSO to the grave?

What’s your name again? Just shut your bigot mouth up. Your piece is irrational, illogical and irritating!

–  Solomon Ikponmwosa B.Sc, HND, OND – Area Sales Manager, MultiPro Consumer Products Ltd

 

 

Wow! A very well composed wordings of bigotry, Biafra or Igbos aren’t the only group of people wanting to secede their country across the globe;the Catalans, the Scott all want the same thing, the only difference is that they are going about it in a civilized internationally recognized manner and not going about inciting violence, killing policemen and freeing criminals from prisons. If the “ Biafrans” are actually serious about getting that, they should start by electing people who will work towards that, let’s see a SouthEastern National Assembly caucus whose goal is to make biafra a reality through democratic means, a caucus that will work towards getting a referendum clause in our constitution, a caucus that will choose biafra over the corrupt Nigerian system that enriches the politians irrespective of where they come from; Until we have that , Buhari, Malami or the North aren’t your obstacle to getting biafra, your politicians are, Mr Solicitor- General!

–  Sadiq Abdullahi – COO at Nasaba Investments Nigeria limited

 

 


Reacting to the above comment – 

Okey Ugwu replied, “Your brother Buhari has refused to allow them protest in peace. IPOB protesters were killed in their hundreds in 2017 unprovoked by the Nigerian security forces. How many times have Catalans been killed in such manner?”

 

Sochima Okorie also replied, “Sadiq Abdullahi should we count how many innocent IPOB lives your government has killed and jailed illegally since 2015 till date? Or our lives don’t matter?”

 

Sadiq says, “Sochima Okorie, IPOB is a proscribed organization, their members aren’t Innocent! However, the lives of Igbos must be safeguarded and respected.”

 

“Sadiq Abdullahi Proscribed by Nigeria with the sole aim of killing Igbos, what were your cases against IPOB aside the quest for self determination? How many of those you’ve locked up illegally have been convicted since 2015? Myetti Allah who take credits for the killings and displacements of Nigerians walk free daily but Ipob must be proscribed for simply being Igbos. There can never be a country without justice.” Replied Sochima.

 

Then, Jalal Muhammad Rufai, Chief Operating Officer, Nineteen Nigeria Ltd, said;

“Sochima Okorie You did mix up the tenses Sir.

 

 


Pantami supported Taliban as a naive youngster, and openly denounced that action as he grew up. Ojukwu of blessed memory proudly started the civil war that did cost us 2 million lives, later repented and accepted a National Pardon. Both have been celebrated by Nigerians.

It’s human to err, but to repeat the same error is suicidal, hence the need for Secessionists to avoid violence and leverage on their legislative representations for possible divorce.

I stood with the Ikemba for being a lynchpin for his people, I stand with Pamtani for his confession and I stand firmly with President Muhammadu Buhari for combatting the atrocities of his predecessors.”

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