Uchechi Okwu-Kanu, the wife of the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has spoken about the Nigeria government rearresting her husband.
Kanu was recently apprehended by the Nigerian security and intelligence agencies.
He has been repartriated to resume his trial after jumping bail in 2017.
The secessionist is currently been detained at the custody of the Department of State Services, DSS, pending the resumption of his trial on July 26.
Speaking in an interview with a United Kingdom newspaper, The Sunday Times, Uchechi said she was devastated upon hearing that her husband was re-arrested and repatriated to the country.
She revealed that she lost contact with the husband since the incident occured in late June.
“It’s hard for me to speak. I’m extremely devastated. He has been beaten and tortured and I am scared for his life.
“I was always worried about Nnamdi. When you’re asking for freedom from dictatorship, you are a target. But when I saw what happened in Belarus and how no one did anything, I knew nowhere was safe.
“The Nigerian government carrying out this rendition is a crime. We’re not even talking about independence,” She was quoted as saying.
Popular Nigerian author, Chimamanda Adichie, has recounted how she was recently embarrassed in a Catholic Church during parents’ funeral.
Pouring out her heart in a piece titled ‘Dreaming as a single family’ published in the latest edition of the L’osservatore Romano weekly bulletin, Adichie alleged that the church did not treat her family with compassion, as they should.
She wrote, “My family’s experiences during my parents’ funerals served to reaffirm, if not renew, my reservations about the Nigerian church.
“So much could have been handled with compassion for the grieving but was not. So many opportunities to show dignity were left unused.
“Our communication with the local church was more of an exercise in priestly power than anything else; we begged...
Social media users have reacted to popular OAP and actress, Nancy Isime's latest acquisition of a Benz car worth millions of Naira.
This comes after a video where Nancy and her friends were jubilating over a new ride, surfaced on the internet.
According to social media users, Nancy deserves the car because she is very hardworking and she has paid her dues.
See some of their comments below;
@omenazukingee wrote "She deserves it …"
@bigtimi wrote "Well deserved. She works very hard. Very proud of you my friend, @nancyisimeofficial. More wins."
@hairess_gallery wrote "She stays booked and busy! Congrats @nancyisimeofficial More to come!x"
Social media users have reacted to how sensational singer, Sound Sultan was buried barely 24 hours after he died.
KFN recalls that on the 11th of July, Sound Sultan took his last breath after battling Angioimmunoblastic T- Cell Lymphoma for months. The 44-year-old was, however, buried the same day according to Islamic rites in America where he died.
For those that do not know, a person must be buried as soon as possible after death, usually no more than 24 hours after.
In the videos that surfaced on social media, Sound Sultan's wife was seen weeping bitterly as her late husband was buried.
Reacting to this;
@ohnee11 wrote "Damn! They lay a person to rest that fast?? Goodbye...