Buhari saved Nnamdi Kanu from government extermination – Femi Adesina

by Amos Kalu

Former ex-President Muhammadu Buhari spokesman Femi Adesina has revealed that the president prevented Nnamdi Kanu, the head of the Indigenous People of Biafra, or IPOB, from being wiped from where he was hiding.

Adesina claimed that Kanu would have been eliminated by the previous administration, but Buhari stopped it.

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Adesina’s book, “Reflections of a Special Adviser, Media and Publicity (2015-2023),” was released in Abuja last week and included this information.

He claimed that by permitting Kanu’s extradition to Nigeria, Buhari had done him a service.

According to Adesina, the former president revealed this information when he met with a delegation of Igbo people under the auspices of “Highly-Respected Igbo Greats.”

“In the past six years, I have developed a system wherein I don’t interfere with the judiciary,” he paraphrased Buhari as saying to the delegation. For this reason, I believed that putting Kanu through the system would be best for him.

“Let him present his case in court rather than casting the nation in a negative light from abroad.

“I believe that providing Kanu with that opportunity is a courtesy. The government could have taken action to eliminate him from his current location, but we chose not to.

Kanu underwent extraordinary rendition from Kenya in June 2021 in order to proceed with his terrorism prosecution.

This came when the IPOB leader decided to break his bail terms and flee Nigeria.

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