Kenyan government reacts to Nnamdi Kanu’s abduction

Nnamdi Kanu

Nnamdi Kanu

The Kenyan government has exonerated itself over the abduction of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, by the Nigerian government.

They made this known in a statement by the Director-General of Immigration Services, Alexander Muteshi.

According to the statement which was reportedly by Reuters, the Kenyan authority were not aware of the abduction and “extradition” of Kanu who was nabbed on their home soil and deported to Nigeria.

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“A spokeswoman for the Kenyan interior ministry said it was not aware of the matter, while the foreign affairs ministry in Nairobi did not respond to a request for comment,” – Reuters.

Mr. Muteshi while reacting to Kanu’s family claims, further alleged that it is not possible to tell if Nnamdi was actually hijacked from their land.

“I can’t know that,” Mr Muteshi said when asked whether the claims made by the family were true.

Meanwhile, Nnamdi Kanu faces several charges including 11 counts of treason, terrorism and illegal possession of firearms.

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