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FG will not spare Nnamdi Kanu’s accomplices, says Lai Mohammed

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Lai Mohammed at a press briefing in Abuja



The Federal Government has said the accomplices of the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, who was re-arrested on Sunday would not be spared.

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, said this at a press briefing in Abuja on Thursday.

It vowed that the collaborators would face the full wrath of the law for challenging the nation’s sovereignty no matter their status.

Mohammed said, “While the investigation continues, we assure you that none of the collaborators, irrespective of their standing in the society, will be spared.

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“They will all face the full wrath of the law for their activities that challenge our nation’s sovereignty and threaten its unity.

“No one, no matter how highly placed, is bigger than the country.”

The minister also faulted those calling for a fair trial for the IPOB leader, saying he jumped bail when he was granted one, The PUNCH reported.

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The minister added, “It is interesting that many are suddenly calling for a fair trial for Kanu as if he didn’t get one before he decided to jump bail and flee.

“However, I can assure you that the fair deal that Kanu denied many of the victims of the violence which he wilfully instigated through his broadcasts and tweets will not be denied him.”

Mohammed claimed that Kanu lived a flamboyant lifestyle before he was arrested.

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“It will interest Nigerians to know that for over two years, our security and intelligence agencies were on the trail of the proscribed IPOB leader as he lived a five-star life across several countries, travelling on chartered private jets, living in luxury apartments and turning out in designing clothes and shoes.

“Of course, as we all saw, he was wearing an attire made by Fendi, a luxury Italian fashion brand, when he was arrested,” the minister said.

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