Afaraukwu community seeks government assistance in finding out the whereabouts of IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu and his parents

IPOB, Nnamdi kanu

Traditional chiefs of Afaraukwu community in Umuahia North Local Government Area of Abia State have asked the state government to assist them in finding out the whereabouts of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu and his parents.

They lamented that Kanu, his mother and father, who is the traditional ruler of the town, got missing following the September 10 invasion of Kanu’s community.
They specifically said the disappearance of Eze Israel Kanu, his wife and son for more than three weeks after the soldiers’ invasion was giving them sleepless nights.

When reporters visited the community at the weekend, the palace of Kanu’s father was still cordoned off while three vehicles riddled with bullets were on the palace’s premises.
A member of Eze Kanu’s cabinet, Chimechefulam Odoemelam, said he was worried about the disappearance of the monarch and his family members.

He noted that despite the fact the fact that the community was now calm after the soldiers had been withdrawn, many residents still lived in fear.