Nnamdi Kanu's Family Acknowledges Support from Ohanaeze and Others

They also expressed gratitude to members of the National Assembly, the Joint Body of Southeast Traditional Rulers, bishops, archbishops, and certain governors in the region.

The family of detained Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) leader Nnamdi Kanu expressed gratitude to Ohanaeze Ndigbo for their consistent support in a Yuletide message signed by IPOB’s Kingsley Kanunta Kanu.

They also extended thanks to the Joint Body of Southeast Traditional Rulers, Bishops, Archbishops, specific Southeast Governors, and National Assembly members.

The significance of Ohanaeze Ndigbo’s consistent support for Nnamdi Kanu’s family cannot be overstated. Ohanaeze, as a socio-cultural organization representing the Igbo people, has played a pivotal role in advocating for the rights and well-being of the Igbo community. In the context of Nnamdi Kanu’s detention, their steadfast backing serves as a testament to the importance of unity within the broader Igbo society.

Acknowledgment is also extended to specific Southeast Governors and National Assembly members who have stood by Nnamdi Kanu’s family during these trying times. In a political landscape often marked by differences, their unified support underscores the recognition of a common cause that transcends political affiliations. This solidarity sends a powerful message about the importance of justice and human rights.

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Amidst the legal challenges and uncertainties surrounding Nnamdi Kanu’s trial, the family’s Yuletide message carries a note of encouragement. Supporters who have faced challenges in their pursuit of justice are urged not to lose heart. This message resonates not only with those directly impacted by Kanu’s detention but also with a broader community that shares the aspiration for justice and fairness.

The family encouraged supporters who faced challenges during Kanu’s trial not to lose heart in their pursuit of doing good.

The statement read, ‘To all those that this may concern, we, the siblings of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, hereby wish to express our heartfelt appreciation for the exceptional support and dedication to the cause of justice for our brother and head of our family, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, since his rendition from Kenya.

“In particular recognition of certain Southeast civic and political leaders of renown, we have noted your unwavering and sincere commitment to seeking his release from detention and other support you have rendered, noticed or unnoticed.

“We must not fail to thank in particular the President-General and leadership of Ohaneze Ndigbo, the Chairman and members of the Joint Body of Southeast Traditional Rulers, Bishops and Archbishops; certain Southeast Governors and members of the National Assembly.

“Your constant interventions, covert or overt, have not only made a difference, but they have also inspired and motivated others to see the injustice of the case. We are genuinely grateful for what you all have done.

“To those of you who have been blackmailed or accused falsely and baselessly, we ask you not to relent but to see such blackmails and false accusations as the mischievous workings and betrayals of those that do not wish Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and Southeast well.

“Once again, thank you all for your remarkable efforts and unwavering support. We are truly appreciative of everything you all have done; and we look forward to the opportunity of soon witnessing the positive outcome of your interventions.

“Merry Christmas and best compliments of the season.”

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