IPOB Members should pray for Nnamdi Kanu to survive, See the kind of torture he is receiving in DSS custody

IPOB Members should pray for Nnamdi Kanu to survive, See the kind of torture he is receiving in DSS custody

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A Nigerian identified as Deji Adeyanju has raised alarm over the kind of treatment been giving to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu by DSS officers.

He alleged that Nnamdi Kanu is being maltreated by the DSS, suggested that Kanu’s lawyer should ask for the transfer of his client from the DSS custody to a correctional facility in any state.

Deji further claimed that the IPOB leader is being treated like an animal and he is being tortured by the DSS officers every hour. He added that Nnamdi kanu is been forces to sleep on bare floor while the air conditioner is on.

Deji said Nnmadi Kanu may not survive the kind of treatment he is been given. The government will implicate itself if Nnamdi kanu dies in the custody of DSS, Deji added.

Deji Adeyanju further stated that no good food has been given to him to eat and many officers are allowed to go into his cell and torture hime while he is been blindfolded.

Deji Adeyanju’s full statement reads” Nnamdi Kanu is really suffering, they are treating him badly and very soon, we may not hear from him anymore. They have made him sleep on the floor in cold. They have refused to give him a bed to sleep on and they continue to beat him whenever they get the opportunity to do so. Also, he has been blindfolded in other not to see the faces of those who torture him. “

” Nnamdi Kanu’ s lawyer must proceed to the court and ask for his transfer to a good correctional facility. Bad things will happen to Nnamdi Kanu if he is not moved from the DSS custody. His lawyer needs to take a step now, ” he said.

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