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I'll Meet People That Matter Most In USA - Nnamdi Kanu On Allen Onyema

Posted by George on Mon 25th Nov, 2019 - tori.ng

Mr. Onyema was also declared wanted in Canada after being indicted over an alleged bank fraud and money laundering in the United States.

Nnamdi Kanu

Nnamdi Kanu

 

The leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, on Sunday, revealed what his group will do to Airpeace Boss, Allen Onyema, for lying against them.

Speaking during a live broadcast monitored by Igbere TV, Kanu said IPOB shall defend Onyema despite lying against the group.

Kanu noted that Mr. Onyema shall be last person whom the group shall grant amnesty.

According to him, "he will be the last Amnesty we shall Grant to anybody who lies against IPOB or myself."

He said : "We shall defend Allen Onyema and he will be the last Amnesty we shall Grant to anybody who lies against IPOB or myself."

"I will meet with people that matters most in this case in the USA. And if FBI fails to Investigate the names we are going to submit to them, then we shall start a case of victimization with them."

Recall that the US Attorney General’s office in Georgia had in a press release obtained by a reporter alleged that Onyema along with his airline’s Chief of Administration and Finance, Ejiroghene Eghagha, had been charged to court for falsifying documents and money laundering.

Mr. Onyema was also declared wanted in Canada after being indicted over an alleged bank fraud and money laundering in the United States.

Though Allen Onyema and Air Peace’s head of finance and administration Ejiroghene Eghagha have vehemently denied the allegation against them, a US court have issued their warrant of arrest.

It was further gathered that a corresponding warrant of arrest for Allen Onyema and Eghagha was issued in Canada by Russell Vineyard, a magistrate at the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia on September 5.

They are to be taken into custody if sighted within the jurisdiction of the Canadian law enforcement authorities. 



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