British Government Sponsoring Armed Men Against Biafrans' Freedom
People have continued to wonder reasons for the lackadaisical attitude of the British government towards the illegal abduction and extraordinary rendition of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, even when he bore British passport.
The answer is simple. Briton is working towards defending her earlier position about Biafra as remarked by Horold Wilson, the 1964-1970 UK Prime Minister. According to Wilson,
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"The Dead bodies of a million Biafrans cannot make the British to change her policies concerning the Nigerian civil war. The Biafra nation cannot be allowed to be. For we do not trust what will become of them with their vast resources around Russia or French."
This is what Briton has swore to protect; it doesn't matter if every living thing in Biafra land is destroyed, provided Britain still remote-control Nigeria resources in the Biafran soil. Present, to live up to their evil intention, British government has sent their met to work with the notherners to see that Igbos are wiped out.
Below are pictures of British personnel training Nothern Fulani militants against the Igbos.
If my assertion is wrong, then someone should tell me why the British government has maintained silence over the abduction of someone who carried the Biritish nationality in the symbolic passport.
Umaro Diko was renditioned from UK by the Buhari military government of the 1980s. Everybody knows the penalty steps taken by the British government. Nigeria was sanctioned by the UK for three years. People involved in the abduction were arrested by the British government, tried in the British court of law and jailed.
Recal that Umaro was just residing in UK, he had no British passport. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu had denounced his Nigerian citizenship and had British passport at the time of his abduction in Kenya. Since then, the British government has been dinning and winning with Abubakar Malami and other Fulani ministers who masterminded the abduction of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
Not only that, the British commissioner to Nigeria, Catheriona Laing, was sported in a meeting with Nnamdi Kanu's prosecuting lawyer alongside federal government delegates. It is o evidence that the British government has hands in the present condition of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. If not, the world needs to see their reactions or response.