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Eight Important Points To Note From Malami's Investigation Reports On Terrorism In Nigeria

On Friday, the Honourable Attorney General Of The Federation And Minister Of Justice Abubakar Malami, SAN gave a speech on the investigation reports on Acts Of Terrorism And Allied Offences perpetrated by Nnamdi Kanu and report on the sponsors and financiers of Sunday Igboho and associates.

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In this article, we look at eight points to deduce from the long reports.

1. Malami stated that one hundred and seventy-five (175) security personnel were killed by IPOB/ESN, comprising one hundred and twenty-eight (128) Policemen, thirty-seven (37) military personnel, and ten (10) other security operatives.

2. Malami also mentioned that KANU is not alone in its subversive activities. He has accomplices in Nigeria and abroad.

Photo of Kanu

3. He also thanked those peace-loving countries that have put KANU on their Stop Lists and banned IPOB from operating in their territories.

4. The Attorney General said that Sunday Igboho is a Director and signatory to Adesun International Concept Limited registered on 23rd April 2010. 

5. Malami also stated that Sunday Igboho is linked to 43 bank accounts in 9 banks.

Photo of Sunday Igboho

6. He also noted that a federal lawmaker is also a financier of Sunday Igboho.

7. He also stated that those found guilty will be made to face the wrath of the law.

8. I don't agree with Malami when he said that Kanu instigated the destruction of public and private properties across the country. Does this sound true? Because I am wondering how Kanu also instigated the destruction in Cross River State that has no link with him. For me, the destruction of public and private properties in Cross River State has no link with KANU or IPOB.

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