Kenyan Government has reacted following the recent abduction of Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, insisting that they did not play any part, although he was intercepted and snatched from it country, but all roles was wholly played by Nigerian operation.
Recall that Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was arrayed in court in Abuja and was later raided under the custody of Department of State Services, DSS.
However, the Dean Hurlock, the Spokesperson to British High Commission in Nigeria never accepted this.
It later emerged that the IPOB leader was arrested in Kenya and the local police were wholly involved and it was them that handed Mazi Kanu over to Nigerian Security agents.
The Kenyan Government has however, denied its involvement in the arrest and could not even ascertain that the arrest took place within its border.
The director-general of the Kenyan Immigration Service, dismissed the claims of his country’s complicity, insisting that it was not possible to tell whether Mazi Kanu had entered Kenyan territory. He debunks the claims of Kanu’s family that he was arrested in Nairobi.
Mr Muteshi said: “I can’t know that as I am not in the picture of his presence in the country. I am only able to tell if somebody entered the country legally.”
Mazi Kanu’s family and IPOB had accused the Kenyan government of having committed the most serious violation of international law. Kanu was arrested on Sunday but the exact location of his arrest remains contentious and there is no evidence of due process or international law being followed.
From all indications, it appears that Mazi Kanu was abducted and drugged, similarly to the way Dr Umaru Dikko was snatched in London in 1984. There is no evidence of any Kenyan minister signing an extradition warrant or of any court of law issuing a deportation order, indicating that this was a covert abduction.
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