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Kanu’s American Council, Fein, Files Petition Against Malami, Nyako and Kenyatta At The ICC

The leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s United States Council and Spokesman, Bruce Fein on Thursday disclosed online that he has filed a criminal complaint against Nigerian Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami and a Nigerian Federal High Court Justice, Binta Nyako, at the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes against humanity which include kidnapping, torture, extraordinary rendition and indefinite arbitrary detention of Nnamdi Kanu.

The online notice reads as follows:

Today, I filed a criminal complaint with the International Court of Justice against Nigerian Attorney General Malami and Federal High Court Justice Nyako charging them with conspiring with Nigerian President Buhari and Kenyan President Kenyatta to commit crimes against humanity.

Fein, who is an international attorney, according to reports addressed the petition to Karim Khan, Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, in The Hague asking that the mentioned be charged with conspiracy and crimes against humanity.

“Conspiracy and crimes against Biafrans and their leader Nnamdi Kanu by protracted and systematic resort to murder, extermination, imprisonment, torture, rape, persecution based on political, religious, and ethnic grounds, and industrial-scale theft of property including an ongoing attempted judicial murder of Nnamdi Kanu”.

Fein has also in a document released to the press yesterday stated as follows:

“In October 2020, five human rights experts of the United Nations Human Rights Council asked President Buhari within 60 days to submit evidence of Mr. Kanu’s terrorism. Mr. Buharisneered at the overture, probably reflecting, ‘Being a tyrant means you never need to obey the law.

Kanu is seeking a Biafran sovereignty The United States periodically permits Puerto Rico to vote between statehood, independence, or commonwealth status. The legal and moral case for Biafran independence is overwhelming….

“As an integral part of the ongoing crimes against humanity described above, on or around June 2021, Attorney General Malami conspired with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, Nigerian Federal High Court Justice Binta Nyako, and Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta, among others, to kidnap and torture Biafran leader Nnamdi Kanu in Nairobi, Kenya, for several days, and then subject him to illegal extraordinary rendition to Abuja, Nigeria.

“There, for more than nine months, Nnamdi Kanu has been detained in solitary confinement in extremely confined quarters and denied necessary medical care and legal counsel without a trial with the illegal imprimatur of co-conspirator Justice BintaNyako. The conditions under which Nnamdi Kanu is subsisting satisfies the definition of torture under the Convention Against Torture,

Article 1 paragraph 1.

“Attorney General Malami has conceded that Nigeria’s security agencies were involved in Nnamdi Kanu’s abduction, torture, and extraordinary rendition but has attempted to whitewash the crimes with the falsehood that the International Police Organization (INTERPOL) was a collaborator. The extraordinary rendition in violation of Kenya’s extradition provisions, which was effectuated by the use of a private aircraft, could not have been accomplished without the knowledge and consent of co-conspirator President Kenyatta, who himself has been previously accused of crimes against humanity by the International Criminal Court.

“Judges, like co-conspirator Justice Binta Nyako, are not shielded from criminal prosecution for crimes against humanity based on participation in patently illegal show trials. Neither are prosecutors like arch-conspirator Attorney General Malami. The precedent was set in the “Justice Case” of the post-World War II Nuremberg trials, United States v. Joseph Altstetter, et al.

However, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu is scheduled to appear once more in court on Friday in continuation of hearing on the charges against him by the Buhari-led government who many have accused of employing ‘delay tactics’ in the case because their charges lack substance.

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