Federal Government Making Noise Over Plan To Re-Arrest Nnamdi Kanu.
Former Lawmaker in the Second Republic, Junaid-Mohammed has lashed out at the Federal government over their plan to re-arrest the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
According to him, the federal government's plan is mere "noise making" and does not portend any seriousness.
Junaid-Mohammed who is a stunch critic of the Buhari adminstration, faulted the annoucement of the federal gvoernment on grounds that instead of publicising the planned re-arrest, the Federal government could have quitely approached the same court that had granted Nnamdi Kanu bail, to revoke the bail if they he had flouted the bail conditions.
He said: “Kanu was sent to jail through a court order. And if the government feels it wants him back in custody for violating certain conditions, they can go back and tell the same court.
“What we have now shows that the executive is not in order. What the government has done is a routine thing that does not require noise making.”
The call for Nnamdi Kanu's re-arrest has been greeted with much criticism as the IPOB, MASSOB, Ohaneze Ndigbo, Afenifere, Niger-Delta groups amongst others bashed the Buahri-led government for seeking for the re-arrest.
According to them, the government has demonstrated incontrovertibly that it is partial and sectional in its dealings as the Arewa Youths who had been accused of treason for issuing quit notice to the entire Igbo community still walk freely untouched and even hold meetings with the President.