Nnamdi Kanu seeks transfer from DSS detention to Kuje prison

GodGift Ifunanya
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Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the jailed Indigenous People of Biafra, has asked the Federal High Court to transfer him from the Department of State Services (DSS) custody to Kuje prison.

He alleged that there was a plot to have him killed while under the Department of State Services’ custody.

He also added that the DSS didn’t provide a medical facility to treat him.

He said: “People will come to see me they will not allow them. They don’t have a medical facility. I have congestive heart failure. They are patching me up.

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“My foot is swollen. I asked them to conduct surgery, and they said they couldn’t. There is a conspiracy to die in detention. I want to be transferred to Kuje.”

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