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Nnamdi Kanu: See 6 things United Nations Ordered Nigerian and Kenyan Government to provide because of illegal detention of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

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Nnamdi Kanu: See 6 things United Nations Ordered Nigerian and Kenyan Government to provide because of illegal detention of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

 The United Nations Special Rapporteur on torture and other ill-treatment, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment, in a document entitled 'Emergency Complaints' to Nigeria, Kenya, calls on Nigeria and the Kenyan government to respond promptly to the above six allegations of abductio, kidnapping, translation of Nnamdi Kanu the leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra IPOB.

 The UN document, obtained by Family Writers Press International, reads: 

1. Please provide details of the circumstances under which Mr Kanu was arrested, disappeared before being handed over to the Nigerian authorities and transferred from Nairobi to Abuja.

2. Please provide details of the true and legal reasons for Mr. Kanu's arrest and detention, as well as the legal charges against him, as well as the legal provisions used to prosecute him."

3. "Please provide full details of the period between 19 - 29 June 2021, when Mr. Kanu forcibly disappeared, including his whereabouts and detention, in illegal detention centers at this time and explain how this relates to international human rights obligations. in Kenya.

4. Please provide information on whether an investigation is underway into the alleged disappearance of Mr. Kanu during this period, and whether those involved have reported it. " 

 5. Please provide detailed information, where available, on the risk assessment conducted by the Kenyan authorities to determine the risks Kanu may pose, including torture or torture or ill-treatment or inhuman or degrading treatment and unreasonable detention. how and world standards. " 

6. Please provide information on the steps taken to investigate the above allegations of harassment and ill-treatment of Mr. Kanu during his arrest in Kenya and for those involved to report. 


 “We would like to inform His Excellency's Government that after the transfer of this joint venture to the Government, the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention may refer the case to its normal procedure to give an idea of ​​whether the deprivation was not possible. This the letter of suspicion does not constitute any opinion that the Working Group may provide. The government needs to be held accountable separately for the letter of complaint and the normal procedure. 

 While awaiting a response, we urge that all necessary steps be taken to prevent the recurrence of the same violation, to investigate the allegations listed above, and in the event of an investigation to support or suggest that the allegations are true, to ensure the accountability of any perpetrator. 

 Allegations in the case of Mr. Kanu promotes serious violations of international human rights law and can cause irreparable damage to his or her health or integrity, which we believe needs immediate attention. 

In this regard, we are considering exposing our concerns in this case in the near future, believing that the wider public should be informed of the implications of these allegations of enjoying and exercising human rights in Kenya and Nigeria. 

Any public talk Worrying about this, it will show that we have been in contact with the Honorable Government to clarify the matter / s in question.

 This communication and any response received from Your Honor Government will be made public through the media reporting website within 60 days. They will also be made available in the general report to the Human Rights Council.

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