IPOB group writes UK PM on continued detention of Nnamdi Kanu

Dear Rishi Sunak


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@RishiSunak, I am writing to express my deep disappointment and concern regarding your silence on the rendition of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (

@MaziNnamdiKanu). It is disheartening to see that

@10DowningStreet, appears to tolerate institutional racism. The fact that Mr Kanu, a prominent activist, has been held in the hands of his abductors for two years, despite a court order discharging him, is deeply troubling. It raises serious questions about the government’s commitment to justice and equality. It is difficult to imagine that such treatment would be allowed if Mr Kanu were a white man. In a society that prides itself on fairness and the rule of law, it is unacceptable that someone can be detained for such a prolonged period without due process.

This situation calls for urgent attention and action. The silence from your office on this matter is concerning, as it sends a message that the government is turning a blind eye to the injustice being perpetrated against British citizens. I implore you to break your silence and take a stand against this injustice. It is time for the UK government to demonstrate its commitment to equality and human rights by ensuring that Mr Kanu is freed immediately. The longer this situation persists, the more it undermines the credibility of the UK justice system and the values we claim to uphold. I urge you to use your position of influence to advocate for the release of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and to address the underlying issues of institutional racism that this case highlights. It is time for the UK government to show that it stands against all forms of discrimination and injustice.

Thank you for your attention to this matter. I hope that you will take the necessary steps to rectify this situation and restore faith in our justice system. Sincerely, IPOB Liverpool Central 23/08/2023 Cc:

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