Nnamdi Kanu’s lawyer accuses FG of “dual state crime” against IPOB leader

“The destruction of Lagos has made it difficult for Igbos to become Nigerians” – Nnamdi Kanu’s lawyer, Ejimakor


Special Adviser to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, Aloy Ejimakor, on Saturday said the demolition of Lagos State is making it difficult for Igbo people to be Nigerians.

Mr. Ejimakor made this comment while lamenting the demolition of properties belonging to Ibos people in Lagos State.

He stressed that demolition in Lagos State is notorious for being discriminatory and unjust.

Ejimakor posted on X claiming that this is a systemic injustice against the Ibos.

Mr Ejimakor said: “The relentless demolition in Lagos is notoriously highly discriminatory and unjust and is sure to haunt Lagos State with countless scorched earth lawsuits.

“Right now, the systemic injustices have grown even greater, making it very difficult for Ndigbo to be a Nigerian.”

There are also allegations that the Lagos State government targets and destroys markets and areas inhabited by Igbo people.

It was also alleged that buildings owned by Igbo people were being demolished by the state government.

Former Super Eagles striker, Emmanuel Emenike, a few days ago claimed that his house was demolished by the Lagos State government despite having received due approval from the relevant authorities.

Source: dailypost.ng

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