June 11 2020 | Radio Biafra
The long-incarcerated PDP chieftain, Olisa Metuh, might soon regain freedom as Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has sued for his release. The leader of the indigenous People of Biafra, had on his midweek broadcast on Radio Biafra London, staged a threat on Aso Rock with regard to Olisa Metuh’s case. He asked the cabal running Nigeria to release Metuh or face his ire.
The PDP chieftain is being held on corruption charges having been framed up by the APC government which, in keeping to its commitment to witch-hunting anybody associated with former President Goodluck Jonathan, alleged that the detained party man had during the reign of Jonathan, received money from Sambo Dasuki, Jonathan’s National Security Adviser.
“How can you be holding a man whom you claim collected bribe but the giver, Dasuki, is walking freely on the street?” an infuriated Kanu wondered. “I campaigned for Dasuki’s release because he was being illegally detained. But it doesn’t make any sense that a man you said received the money is in jail while the one that gave it to him is walking freely.”
Adjudging the whole thing a tribal hostility to the Biafran, Kanu made an emphatic call on Aisha Buhari to release the Biafran man. “Aisha, I am telling you now, release Olisa Metuh or I will so deal with you that you won’t be able to step out in public again,” Kanu raged. “What I am doing now is a child’s play compare to what I will do to you if you don’t release Metuh. You know I have your secrets; I will expose you to the world,” he threatened.
Recall that since the death of former Chief of Staff, Abba Kyari, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has maintained that Aisha has assumed full control of the rogue regime in Nigerian, running the country with the help of her boyfriend whom she uses to fool 200 million Nigerians. Kanu has consistently asserted that the First Lady provides her young boyfriend with late Buhari face mask, thus making him appear as the late husband.
Considering that Orji Uzor Kalu and few others were released after Kanu and his freedom seeking group, IPOB, pressured the FG to, freedom seems to be knocking on Metuh’s prison door.
Source: The Biafra Times
Chibuike John Nebeokike
For: Radio Biafra Media