In reaction to the arrest of Nnamdi Kanu, some pro-Biafra groups have listed the public facilities they intend to attack should the Federal Government fail to release Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.
The groups identified as the Biafra Think Tank and The Biafra Watchdogs threatened to attack the Nigeria Police Force Headquarters, the Nigerian Army Headquarters, the National Assembly complex, the Presidential Villa, among others.
The groups further threatened to kidnap the former Chief of Army Staff, Lt Gen Yusuf Burutai and all the President Muhammadu Buhari-led government ambassadors and keep them hostage until Kanu is released.
EveryEvery.ng gathered that the groups had earlier asked every landlord in Biafra land to send the names, phone numbers, addresses of any police officers, Army, DSS, EFCC and the military men living in their houses.
The groups threatened that the country and airlines that gave out Kanu’s details would pay dearly for doing such a thing that led to the arrest of their leader.
According to the Pro-Biafra groups, the President Buhari-led administration has 21 days ultimatum to release Kanu.
Meanwhile, in what looks to be new charges accumulated against Nnamdi Kanu, the Federal Government has accused the IPOB leader of causing the death of sixty people in Nigeria.
The Nigerian Government also accused the IPOB leader of orchestrating the vandalisation and destruction of properties in fifty-five violent altercations across the South-East and South-South zones within four months.
Kanu had allegedly conducted his regular inciteful radio broadcast online from his hideout in London, issuing series of commands to” his militia and other members of the outlawed organisation” on violence committed within Nigeria.
A letter from the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs to the Western Diplomats contained the Government’s accusations of the activist on crimes committed within the period of Kanu’s absence (read more here).