According to the International Human Rights Commission, Nnamdi Kanu’s human rights were not violated by Nigeria or Kenya.
A panel has exonerated Nigerian and Kenyan officials of any diplomatic blunders in connection with Nnamdi Kanu’s arrest. According to the International Human Rights Commission, allegations that the arrest violated established protocols are incorrect. When the trial of the secessionist leader in Nigeria begins, the commission has agreed to monitor it.
Abuja, Federal Capital Territory (FCT) – The International Human Rights Commission, IHRC, has cleared Nigerian and Kenyan authorities of diplomatic violations in the arrest and repatriation of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, to Nigeria. At the same time, the IHRC has admitted receiving 25 petitions from individuals and groups all over the world in support of the IPOB leader, who is set to stand trial for an alleged treasonable offence. In a statement published by the Vanguard newspaper, the group stated that the majority of the petitions, which came from Nigeria, wanted it to undertake an independent investigation into human rights infractions and suspected violations of established international and regional diplomatic norms.
According to the statement, which was signed by Evans M. Mutavi, the government undertook an independent inquiry into the incident and discovered that there was no violation of Kanu’s human rights in the events that led to his re-arrest and repatriation to Nigeria.
According to the statement,
“the IHRC is committed to preserving the rights of citizens worldwide in accordance with the organization’s basic mandate.” Following an examination, the commission was unable to establish a case of human rights violations against Nnamdi Kanu in Kenya by special police forces. The commission is confident that the Kenyan government had no official role in the incident that resulted in Nnamdi Kanu’s arrest.