General Tukur Buratai’s Army Has Nnamdi Kanu – WikiLeaks

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Julian Asange, the WikiLeaks boss whose eye opening revelations led to the Hillary Clinton email leaks and the unraveling of the US, UK and French participation in killing Gadaffi and destruction of Libya, has beamed his searchlight on Nigerian army.

The WikiLeaks boss took to his twitter handle to announce that the Nigerian Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant general Tukur Yusuf Buratai should be held responsible for the whereabouts of the missing IPOB leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.

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Recall that the eloquent and amiable IPOB leader went missing after rampaging, trigger-happy Nigerian soldiers on the infamous ‘Operation Python Dance II’ invaded his home. The military operation which was supposed to be a regional operation has it’s  epicenter  at Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s Compound. More than 100 IPOB family members were brutally massacred during the onslaught.

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About 30 persons were killed at Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s home, while Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and his parents has been missing since the ugly incident took place.

Meanwhile, the Nigeria army while denying the allegation of invasion of Nnamdi Kanu’s compound, initially claimed that they were testing a new armored personnel carrier around Kanu’s home.

However, the story has changed, at the moment, the Nigerian army is claiming that they were in pursuit of a truck load of ammunition which headed into Kanu’s compound.

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The Nigerian army has continued contradicting itself while trying to deny the knowledge of Kanu’s whereabouts.

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