Nigeria’s attorney general and minister of justice Abubakar Malami has received a abashing for his role in the arrest and repatriation of IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu.
The Minister of Justice and Solicitor-General of the Government of Alberta, Canada, Kelechi Madu, described Malami as a disgrace over the present travail of the IPOB leader.
Madu went to his LinkedIn page and pointed out that if reports that Kanu was abducted from Kenya were true, Malami was not only a ”disgrace to the rule of law but also not worthy to be a public officer.”
The Nigerian born Canadian official, who is also the Deputy Government House Leader, said Nigeria and Kenya violated international law in the manner Kanu was extradited and called on world leaders to apply appropriate sanctions.
Madu demanded the release of Kanu and urged the Nigerian government to ensure his safety.
He wrote: “The Attorney-General of Nigeria, Abubakar Malami, is a disgrace to the rule of law and not worthy to be an officer of the court.
“He has shown himself to be a bigot who does not understand what it means to live in a pluralistic society governed by the dictates of the rule of law.
“Nigeria is burning, and the people of Nigeria, except those who are holding the country down, want out.
“You cannot destroy the hope and aspirations of a people destined for greatness and expect them to bow down in servitude.
“You cannot destroy a generation of people and expect them not to fight for their freedom. The power of guns, state-sponsored terrorism will not achieve peace or the preservation of Nigeria.
“The Igbo and other ethnic groups in Nigeria who are calling for Nigeria to be renegotiated do not seek violence or war. They seek peace. They seek progress and the advancement of their people. They seek fairness, safety, equity, and justice for their people.
“They seek the opportunity for their children to grow up and achieve their God-given abundant potential.
“They seek the rise of a people with the work ethic, intellect and capacity to be a truly global super power on the continent of Africa. They seek dignity over inhumane treatment. They seek life over death.
“Friends of the black world must unite and liberate the people of Nigeria from this bondage and from the claws of corrupt and inept politicians who have no business being near the corridor of Nigeria’s political power,” he wrote.