IPOB Leader, Kanu. 

In a Statement obtained by Saharareporters and sighted by Throwbacktimes has it that Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), was picked up at a location in Kenya in Africa, a top source in the Nigerian government revealed to SaharaReporters.

It was shockingly and clearly understood that IPOB leader was on an clandestine mission to somewhere in Africa when secret police arrested him and extradited him to Nigeria. 

Meanwhile, another report also gathered that the arrest was made in Czech Republic. The report reaching out desk is that the IPOB leader travelled from England to Singapore and then to Czech Republic. However, the arrest was made in Czech while Mr. Kanu was planning on leaving the country on a return journey. According to nigeriadaily.com, an online news outlet, the IPOB leader was arrested after a tip off to Nigerian government on the movement of the separatist leader.

One of the sources said, “He was not arrested in London or anywhere in the United Kingdom. Diplomats confirmed that Kanu was picked up somewhere in Africa. The family and IPOB are very unhappy. Apparently, they have known about the trailing and arrest for some time."  

SaharaReporters had earlier reported that the family of Nnamdi Kanu asked the Federal Government not to manhandle their son, who is currently in the custody of the Department of State Services (DSS). 

Speaking in Umuahia, the Abia state capital, Nnamdi Kanu's younger brother, Emmanuel Kanu said the IPOB leader stood on the path of truth and committed no crime to deserve any persecution.

According to him, Nnamdi was only asking for the freedom of Biafrans which is their fundamental human right hence, his rights should be respected.

He said the whole world is watching how the Nigerian Government will handle Kanu.

He further noted that his brother had awakened the consciousness of Nigerians about the goings-on in the country.

"My brother stood for the truth, and Heaven is on the part of anyone standing for the truth.

“He committed no crime, and the whole world is watching,” Emmanuel added.

Meanwhile, there has been an uneasy calm across Umuahia, since the news of his arrest broke. 

People were observed discussing the matter in hushed tones with some people still bewildered about the entire scenario, while some doubted if the news was true.

Credit: Saharareporters.com