Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Enjoys Full Status Of Head Of State As He Engages On Diplomatic Shuttles Globally

The leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu travels globally without a VISA after Nigeria Government seized his travel documents. it is the irrefutable status of Biafra Head of State which the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) globally, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu presently enjoys.

The Nigerian government and it’s the ministry of foreign affairs under the supervision of Ambassador Geoffrey Onyeama, has woefully failed to advance any interpretation of the diplomatic cum immigration-related logic of the IPOB leader.

He now ostensibly enjoys the full status of a Head of State, travelling to diverse distance locations/nations across the globe without requisite international travel documents.

Recall that the Nigerian government via the Abuja division of the Nigerian Federal High Court, presided over by the shamelessly compromised Justice Binta Nyako, confiscated both his Nigerian and British passports amongst other relevant travelling documents.

This they did as part of the stringent conditions encoded in the bail of the IPOB leader on the 28th of April 2017. It was accompanied with a judicial pronouncement that if granted bail with his passports, he could possibly escape from the country.

Moreover, the type of tumultuous welcome/ovation being always accorded him in the countries (nations) so far visited by resident Biafrans, is unprecedented compared to the visit of Heads of States outside their homelands.

Examples of such surging crowds of Biafrans welcoming the IPOB leader to venues of his reception are United Kingdom, Belgium, Germany, United States of America and Canada.

All these visits were embarked from his present base in Israel. Biafra people will as well, be appreciative of the international community and probably the United Nations Security Council for courageously defending human rights and the international law on self-determination by undeniably standing by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as he tours the world, unreservedly soliciting support for the independence of Biafra.

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