IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, has finally opened up on talks about his rearrest in Kenya and those who reportedly sold him out to the authorities.
He said neither his family member nor close allies of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, had any involvement in his detainment in Kenya and repatriation to Nigeria.
The activist expressed with displeasure and rude shock, following the false narrative peddled by those whose primary intention is to cause mischief within their movement.
Kanu, via a statement forwarded to reporters through his Lead Counsel, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, yesterday, discarded every false claim that his brother, Kanunta Kanu, the Secretary, Carolyn Okoroafor, and one Madam Nnennaya Anya, were instrumental to his rearrest.
IPOB Leader Debunks Rumours
The pro-Biafran agitator stressed that the news is mischievous; hence those behind the promotion of the misleading information must cease and tender a retraction for the said purpose.
Currently, NnamdiKanu is in the Department of State Services, DSS custody, awaiting his fate in the subsequent trial scheduled for November.