Emmanuel, sibling of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), has requested that the Nigerian Army deliver his dead brother in the event if he has been murdered.
Kanu and his parents have disappeared, since the military attacked their Afarakwu living arrangement in Abia State on September 14.
Talking in the interest of the family on Tuesday, Emmanuel said he emphatically trusts his sibling fell under the control of the troops.
“It is it is possible that the Nigerian Army caught him or executed him when they assaulted our home. On the off chance that they caught him, they should discharge him to the police, and in the event that they have executed him, they should deliver the body since he was most recently seen minutes previously the assault,” he said.
Be that as it may, the Army has denied keeping Kanu in its authority.
Kanu’s brother included that the family had been hunting down the IPOB pioneer and his family for two weeks without making any progress.