The Defence Headquarters has declared that the leader of the Native People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu isn’t in military custody.
DHQ spokesperson, John Enenche, made the declaration while stating that it had been not the duty of the military to declare Kanu wanted.
Eneche maintained that the whereabouts of the IPOB leader was not known.
He said this while addressing journalists on Friday.
According to Enenche, “Nnamdi Kanu just isn’t in the custody of the military.
”It isn’t the responsibility of the military to declare Nnamdi Kanu wanted. The military didn’t proscribe IPOB.
“Due process was followed to proscribe it. The work of the military was to diagnose security problems and warned the public of consequences and that’s part of our media operations.
“We did our media operations perfectly, otherwise that weekend could have been the longest week-end in this country and we are also very careful choosing our words and we realize the law well. ”
Following an so-called military invasion of his residence in Umuahia on September 14, Kanu is not seen or heard from.