April 24, 2016.
AT LAST, IPOB TO MEET MUHAMMADU BUHARI AT PHILIPPI.
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) led by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (Prisoner of Conscience) are filled with joy on hearing the news that a nondescript and obscure civil rights activist obviously sponsored by Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari has dragged us (IPOB) to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague Netherlands. We are praying fervently that this news is actually true and not just a fiction. We, IPOB, wholeheartedly welcome this weak and laughable attempt to justify the continued illegal detention of our leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu by purportedly charging him to ICC.
We hope that Buhari and his DSS with their fake human rights activist remembered to include Kuje Prisons in Abuja as the address for service. We are pleading with the ICC to expedite their investigations into this matter in order to showcase the brainlessness of the Buhari-led murderous regime. The instigators of this distraction underestimate the capacity of IPOB to utilize this charade to expose the absurdity that is the Nigerian government before the international community. We hope that Buhari and his murderous DSS (Department of State Security), Army, Police and Navy will also publicly welcome the ongoing ICC investigations into the atrocities perpetrated by the Buhari-led regime.
By seeking the interference of the ICC in this matter, Buhari and his agents have at least acknowledged that the Nigerian Judiciary is a mess. Hopefully, the ICC will grant our prayers and commence immediate investigations into these allegations. We have instructed our lawyers in Amsterdam to not only convey our willingness to stand trial but also to seek the ICC to prioritize this allegation to enable us comprehensively disgrace Nigeria before humanity for their evil and wickedness.
At last, IPOB and Buhari (represented by a fake civil rights activist) are on a collision course and the venue is the proverbial Philippi.
Just as it happened in October 42 BC, let the battle of Philippi begin!!!
Barrister Emma Nmezu Dr. Clifford Chukwuemeka Iroanya
Spokesperson for IPOB Spokesperson for IPOB