Extradite Nnamdi Kanu Or We Occupy Your Embassy, ASJA Tells UK

Extradite Nnamdi  Kanu Or We Occupy Your Embassy, ASJA Tells UK
Chris Steven, Abuja
The Advocate of Social Justice for All (ASJA) has asked that the UK High Commission in Nigeria immediately extradite Nnamdi Kanu, leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to stand trial for his crime before his October 17, 2017 court appearance. 
In a statement by Asongo Venatius, its Executive Director, ASJA said failure to do this will see it leading Nigerians to occupy the UK High Commission’s premises in a manner it has never experienced before in any other part of the world.
It said it was  disappointed to learn that the leader of the terrorist group,  Nnamdi Kanu, is hiding in the United Kingdom after illegally travelling through Cameroon and Malaysia.
The statement reads in part:
“This effectively implies that the UK is harbouring a fugitive from Justice and this is irrespective of him holding dual nationalism – Nigeria and the United Kingdom.
“The proper thing is for the UK to have allowed Kanu answer the treason charges against him in Nigeria before making any intervention.
“We find it supremely irresponsible for the UK High  Commission in Nigeria  to have issued its statement seeking clarification on Nnamdi Kanu when it knows it was in cahoots with the terrorist leader.
 “The irresponsible behaviour became diabolic when the UK issued him an emergency travel document in collaboration with crisis merchants. This is the worst form  of double standard ever.
“We are at a loss to understand what the UK Mission in Nigeria or even the home country stands to gain by mischievously sinking so low to aid a terrorist and facilitate his sneaking out of the country.
“This is a disgrace to the government and people of the United Kingdom, it is a blot that can only be erased by the government of the UK flushing out Kanu and all other bad elements that are  trying to sabotage Nigeria.
“If the UK truly believes in freedom, it must extradite Kanu, who is facing charges in a Nigerian court, so that those who stood surety to perfect his bail conditions do not end up in jail if he fails to show up for his trial.
“Even where the UK has decided to spurn the ties that existed between it and Nigeria, we advise it to revisit the ill advised choice of backing a terrorist against the Nigerian state.
“As the UK should have learnt from initially supporting ISIS terrorists, the attacks by these sick minds would eventually take place on its soil”.