Monday, January 11, 2016

Dreaded Niger Delta Militants Join Biafra Agitators: Orders President Buhari To Release Nnamdi Kanu Within 7 Days?

Egbesu Militants join IPOB, orders FG to release Kanu and Dasuki within 7 days from Now.

A dreaded militant group in the Niger Delta region, the Egbesu Water Lions has warned the Federal Government of Nigeria to release the Radio Director of Biafra and the former National Security Adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki (rtd.) in the next seven (7) days without hesitation and unconditionally.

In a statement by General Torunanawei Latei, who is a Creek Network Coordinator, the dreaded body further asked the Federal Government to direct the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to restore the accounts of Chief Government Ekpemupolo (a.k.a) Tompolo within the
same period or else they are going to shut down every oil and gas activities in the region.

“Federal government approached Chief Tompolo for his land to be used as Maritime University and he sold his land to the government based on agreement, humanly what is wrong in that for someone to sell what belongs to him, is it a crime in Nigeria now?

“It is also extremely important to note that the engine room of the National interest is the Executive obedience to COURT ORDERS and protection and preservation of the citizens’ constitutional liberties.

Justification of executive disobedience to court orders as a protection of national interest is abominable.

It is also a deliberate ploy to bend the law and suspension of the 1999 constitution. Federal government disobedience to court decisions is one of the dimensions of corruption and seen as gross abuse of office, contrary to section 15 (5) of the 1999 constitution.

“We ask, is President Muhammadu Buhari has any legal capacity to declare anyone as a criminal? Disobedience to court orders is an act of executive rascalities in the country.

Nmandi Kanu has been in detention since October 14, 2015 when he was arrested by operatives of the DSS while the former national security adviser too is facing multiple charges before three different courts and was re-arrested recently at the gate of Kuje prision, Abuja shortly after he has perfected all his bail conditions. The continued detention and incarceration of the two accused persons is humanly unjustifiable in the 1999 constitution and therefore the rule of law must be respected”, the body warned.

President Muhammadu Buhari must not constitute himself as a court of law and allow justice prevail in the country. Within this period we will halt gas and oil operations in the country until they are released as directed by the courts.

We also demand the immediate payment of Bonga Oil Spill and Chevron gas explosion in Koluama in Bayelsa state unconditionally.

The country will be a ground and let us see what the president will use to run the economy and we will accomplish the ultimatum, General Torunanawei Latei concluded.


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