There are increasing questions to the federal government as regards to the whereabouts of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the indigenous people of Biafra, who was reported missing since the September raid at his home by the Nigeria military.
The government has consistently insisted Kanu is not in their custody amid speculations he was abducted by the military.
In a recent interview granted by the defense minister, Dan Ali , he was asked about the whereabouts of the leader of IPOB, indigenous people of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu and here is what he had to say :
“His lawyers and his other people should come up and tell us. As far as we’re concerned, we didn’t go for Kanu, and ‘ehhh’ that is why i told you the issue of python dance has nothing to do with IPOB. They went there on normal constitutional duty or training”.