Kenyan president, Honorable Uhuru Kenyatta has found himself in trouble after latest development from Nigeria. According to reports from North African country. People from Biafra State have requested Nigerians to boycott all products made in Kenya until president Kenyatta issues a statement, on how their leader was abducted from Kenya and taken to United Kingdom for charges on crime against humanity, possession of illegal fire arms among other issues.
"Nigerians who are members of the Indigenous People of Biafra have been asked to boycott Kenyan products and services following the arrest of saga of Nnamdi Kanu." Posted Kenyans.
It's claimed that, Nr Kanu arrived in Kenya after fleeing Nigeria, when police officers in his country were after him. He arrived in Kenya together with some of his family members. Upon his arrival, be was arrested and Kenyan court set him free on Bail. It was during that time, that he was abducted by unknown people who sent him to Israel, before transferring him to United kingdom. Now, some of his people are demanding for Justice and explanation on who took part in the abduction.
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