Nnamdi Kanu: British Government, Goodluck Jonathan Pleaded With Buhari To Allow Nnamdi Kanu Come To Burial His Parents

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Former president of Nigeria, Dr Goodluck Jonathan has pleaded with President Buhari to grant Nnamdi Kanu presidential pardon to come to Nigeria to burial his parents.
Goodluck Jonathan spoke with the newsmen according to the Sun news that he would make a call through the President Buhari to just allow Nnamdi Kanu to pay last respect to his parents.
Nnamdi Kanu parents’ burial ceremony will hold on Friday and there is already tension in the state of Abia. The Abia State commissioner has issued warning to all the members of the Indigenous People of Biafra and their leader Nnamdi Kanu to stay clear from the venue of the burial.
Goodluck Jonathan being the man of peace has waved into the looming crisis that may arise from Nnamdi Kanu parents’ burial.
Meanwhile, The Government of United Kingdom has sent signal to the Nigerian Government to not to flag the Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu as a criminal rather people should see him as a freedom fighter and activist.
“Nnamdi Kanu is just a freedom fighter not a criminal, he should be allowed to burial his parents, Johnson said”.
The Prime Minister of United Kingdom, Boris Johnson appealed to President Buhari to pardon Nnamdi Kanu to allow him come to Nigeria to pay last respect to his mum and dad.
Recall that Nnamdi Kanu is a full citizen of British and the interest of Kanu will be protect anywhere in the world.
There was word of war by the Nigerian police and Nnamdi Kanu over the coming of Kanu. While Police has issued warning to Nnamdi Kanu and his supporters not to be seen in the venue of the burial. Nnamdi Kanu has threatened to kill the children of Chief of Staff.
Nnamdi Kanu parents’ burial will hold on Friday the 14th and all eyes are focused on the burial.

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