By Mikar Ojokoro MSW, LL.M
Why is it possibly so hard for the same British Government not to come and provide support to her own black British citizen in the same way the British government would normally do if Nnamdi Kanu is to be a white person?
Why is it that the British Government is struggling to question her known romance with the current Nigeria terrorist government which is kidnapping and killing her own citizens and the British government is not forthcoming to provide support to her own innocent but troubled citizen being held in detention in Nigeria?
Perhaps, the British government would not be seen as dragging her feet to provide assistance to Nnamdi Kanu. Perhaps, the situation may be more amenable if Kanu was to have millions of stolen pounds sterling stashed in some UK banks just like a certain Mr Umaru Dikko who was not even a British citizen, but a temporary resident but was saved by the British government when he was extrajudicially abducted by the same man who happened to be the Nigerian commander in chief at the time.
It is on record that the British government fiercely and swiftly fought over Mr Umaru Dikko’s illegal rendition by the same dictatorial Muhammadu Buhari’s Nigeria led government in 1984.
This is the second time the same Nigerian president in different governments in 31 years has committed such a heinous crime against British integrity and other international laws.
Nnamdi Kanu is a black British activist who was abducted in Kenya and tortured almost to death by Nigeria and the Kenyan government’s criminal alliance.
Nnamdi Kanu is still being held by Nigeria terrorist government because of his verbal advocacy for Biafran State Independence and the freedom of his people.
Nnamdi Kanu is a British citizen having long denounced his Nigerian citizenship. The idea of the British government waiting for her own citizen in the person of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who is currently being held incommunicado in a solitary confinement to sign a consent form before he receives a needed help for which Kanu is entitled to is shockingly unbelievable and infra dig of what Great Britain stands for.
Our former British Prime Minister Cameron has warned that the current Nigerian government is ‘fantastically a corrupt’ country. Nigeria has a rogue government that does not respect nor obey even its own laws. Therefore, the British Government cannot be waiting for a lawless Nigerian government before she provides assistance to her own citizen who is being illegally detained in Nigeria.
The British government can go ahead to provide assistance to her own citizen in the person of Nnamdi Kanu if the British government really wants, except if the British government is part of the conspiracy to get Nnamdi Kanu killed in Nigeria by the Nigerian terrorist Government currently operational in Nigeria.
Scores of millions have actively warned that serious consequences shall forever await Nigeria should anything happens to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. Embrace dialogue and give peace a chance.