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IPOB condemns alleged release of 101 Boko Haram terrorists from prison

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has condemned the alleged release of 101 members of Boko Haram terrorists from Ikoyi prison by the Federal Government, wondering why the leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu and other members of the group are still being detained illegally by the same government in various detention facilities across Nigeria.

In a statement issued yesterday, IPOB’s Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, noted that Boko Haram terrorists detained in Ikoyi, Lagos, were never taken to court since their detention in 2019, maintaining that IPOB is aware that no court freed or granted them bail, but were released through presidential or cabals’ order.

The statement reads: “IPOB condemns recent release, from Ikoyi Prison, 101 members of Boko Haram terrorists by Federal Government, while the same government is illegally detaining unarmed and peaceful IPOB leader, Kanu, and other IPOB members in various detention facilities across Nigeria.

“It is public knowledge that there is a seeming Federal Government covert support of terrorists, who have killed a lot of people, by the way, they seamlessly broke into Kuje Prison a few months ago and freed their members.

The same government has allegedly unconditionally released remaining terrorists from prison.

“Boko Haram terrorists, detained in Ikoyi, were never taken to court since their detention in 2019. We are aware no court freed or granted them bail, but were released through presidential or cabals order.

They have been unconditionally released to continue their terrorism and jihad business.

“In the face of this tribalism and mockery of justice, the Federal Government continues to unjustly detain Kanu and other IPOB members in solitary confinement.

What Federal Government is telling us, by its action, is that no other people in other tribes matter.

This is to show Ndigbo and others that they are not needed in Nigeria.”

However, Federal Government, through the Chief of Defence Staff Action Committee (CDSAC) responsible for the release of the remaining 23 Abuja train victims from the captivity of terrorists, has debunked claims that Boko Haram suspects were exchanged for victims of the train attack.

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