The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has authorized the detained leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, to hold an audience with his relative.
Kanu’s younger brother, Prince Emmanuel Kanu, told Vanguard that he met on Monday with the IPOB leader at the DSS headquarters of the Department of State Services, Abuja, where he was being held.
Prince said the IPOB leader is “in a good mood and now more determined than ever to get Biafra.”
He said that Kanu had prayed fervently for all Biafrans and sent his greetings and warm congratulations to all Biafrans for their firm support of him.
Kanu’s younger brother also said his brother urged all Biafrans to keep the Biafra spirit alive, expressing his optimism that the Biafra Republic will soon be restored, regardless of the antics of the “enemies.”
“He is in a good mood and appreciates all the support from all Biafrans at home and abroad,” he said.
Prince appealed to the Nigerian authorities to grant his brother access to his personal physicians.
He also called on the international community to prevail in Nigeria to free his brother so that he could reunite with the family.