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Nollywood Artistes Visits Kuje Prison to Pay Respect to Nnamdi Kanu

Nollywood Artistes Visits Kuje Prison to Pay Respect to Nnamdi Kanu
On Tuesday, April 4, some Nollywood actors and Musicians, who are members of UNAPJ (United Nigerian Artists for Peace and Justice), visited Kuje Prison to see their main man Nnamdi Kanu.

The group members requested for the release of Nnamdi Kanu who was detained.

Chinaka Greatson, the leader of UNAPJ group urged the federal government to release their main man and other political prisoners in order to allow peace to reign in the country.

Chinaka said: “This group is a collaboration of artists from the movie and music industry.

“The essence is to ensure that there is peace and tranquility in Nigeria especially the South-East..

“Release Nnamdi Kanu today and you will find out that the South-East will become peaceful.”

The group members visited the prisoner to show their love, respect.

While the group blamed Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari for continuous locking up of Kanu.

Mr. Chinaka said: “This present judge was doing so well until the president returned from London, she then brought in Sharia Law, into this kind of matter.

“The president's body language is what is causing the heat we are having.

“President Buhari has made himself the judge and prosecutor at the same time; so we are calling for the immediate release of Kanu.”

Recently, some IPOB members protested in Nnewi of Anambra state over the detained of their leader, Nnamdi Kanu, saying that Biafra should be restored.

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