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[Video] Nnamdi Kanu seek justice for an Hausa family


 The detained leader of the famous Biafra agitation group, The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) had seek justice for some family members of Hausa ethnic who had been detained without trial at the Kuje prison for some time. After his court trial few days ago, precisely on Monday March 20, Nnamdi Kanu at his bail hearing at the Federal High Court in Abuja lashed out at the Department of State Services (DSS) for holding some Nigerians in detention for five years without trial. (Image credit: igberetv) In the video below, Kanu said: “These people; there children are in DSS custody; they’ve been there for five years without trial. That’s what they do in this country. This is very terrible. Over 200 people locked down there without trial and this is not justice in any way or form. “What makes you human is your ability to reason. Here, people don’t reason. That is why they are detained. The Biafra leader continues; "Their children have been there for a very long time. Usman Abubakar is in detention. Mukhtar Umar is in detention, and DSS don’t want to bring them to court.Ibrahim Yahya is there. I was with them. For five years, they are still in detention.” See video below:

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