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Nnamdi Kanu's Case: Binta Nyako And DSS Collude To Create A Campaign Of Cognitive Warfare And Misinformation Written by Chibueze Daniel 3rd March 2022 The Department of State Services (DSS) is notorious for flagrantly disobeying court orders, while Justice Binta Nyako is infamous for aiding and abetting such notorious acts. Her history of encouraging court abuse has been obvious from 2015 when Mazi Kanu was first unlawfully arrested. Court of competent juridction order for an immediate release of Kanu, an accused in her court adjudicated case was met with snub, and she did nothing until a political settlement was reached. The question now is, how deep is Justice Binta Nyako’s conflict of interest aside her being a Fulani? It is not only unfortunate, but also unacceptable that a Judge of a supposed independent arm of government – the judiciary – is busy trumpeting the talking points of the prosecuting counsel and/or by extension, the agency of government, responsible for executing the law – the DSS! These things are not made up. They happened in real time, in court. Think about this for a second. It is the demand of justice that every accused be accorded a fair hearing. Meaning that the accused is innocent, and the onus is on the accuser to prove them guilty. But, has Binta Nyako not given order for Nnamdi Kanu to be allowed a change of cloth and it was disobeyed? Then she turned around to insult Nnamdi Kanu(the accused) by telling him ‘you cannot wear any type of cloth.’ She knows she cannot enforce her order because she is a rubber stamp or an accessory to abuse of court. Either way, she needs to recuse herself from the case. Nnamdi Kanu was in her court from 2015/2017. He wore clothes draped in Biafran colors. The poser for Binta Nyako is: What changed between 2015 and 2022 aside the fact he was abducted from Kenya? It is not even that Nnamdi Kanu insisted on wearing clothes made of Biafra colours. No! His humble demand is that he be allowed to wear the clothe of his people – the Igbo people! Binta Nyako knows that it is a cultural misinformation and cognitive warfare to claim that ‘Isi Agu’(the Igbo people's cloth) is intimidating. She knows what she is doing and she is simply engaging actively on it. And it is originally a perpetuation of the United Kingdom’s instigated lies that the Igbo people are domineering or dominating. This is false. Yet, Binta Nyako, the Judge of a competent court is wilfully playing this card to blackmail the Igbos emotionally, and then demoralize them. And as is the case always with United Kingdom’s imperialism, all they needed is a rogue participant from among the people. Therefore, it is not hidden that Igbo politicians are all in on this offensive against the belief of their people, except a few. Notable among them is the person who was disrespectful enough to desecrate ‘Isi Agu’ cloth by wearing a special order made with the Nigerian coat of arms to a yam festival in Germany – Ike Ekweremadu! There are three things that have happened, in the ongoing charade called "case of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu". These three things are humiliating to Nigerian government. These have made the DSS to reboot, reset and default to the infamous abduction primitive era and primordial misinformation behavior. One is the arrival of Mike Ozekhome. Two is the courageous verdict of Umuahia high court. Three is the death of the Kenyan ambassador. Well, the amateurs at the prosecuting team and the lawless DSS thought they have a case. As Ozekhome made a brave rebuttal of a ‘dead on arrival' case against his client, they buckled. The Umuahia verdict put Nigerian government in limbo. They must be scratching heads about how to deal with the courageous judge who did not care a hoot about the Nigerian government dictatorship. The death of the Kenyan ambassador, Wilfred Machage, if it is determined unnatural, rests squarely on the shoulders of both Nigeria and Kenya governments. Either way, whether Nigeria is trying to shut him up forever or otherwise, it is still an embarrassing and humiliating situation. Since the DSS refused to allow a change of cloth, visitation from the family and legal team to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, how long before they also stop bringing him to court? Will it be April 8, 2022? How should Biafrans react in such abuse, intended to whip up emotions and responses and create negative narrative against the Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB, leadership? It is a general standard that external stimulus plus response brings about an outcome. As Nnamdi Kanu was abducted, the first thing the DSS did was cash in on Biafrans emotions using infiltrators. So, instead of channeling our energy against the common enemy, we attacked each other. They would have succeeded but for the solid foundation of the structure. This time around, we must put our emotions in check. We must avoid any post on social media that will spotlight the infiltrators. We must fix our eyes on the ball and not get distracted by agent provocateurs. Our loyalty to command and control must be 120%, not even 100%. IPOB leadership has the master plan and blueprint of this struggle. We must never allow anyone sow a seed of doubt. Our's should be to always wait for the IPOB Directorate Of States(DOS)'s directives, because as the saying goes in local parlance, ‘na dem know road.’ We must not let Justice Binta Nyako and DSS have victory in their ‘cognitive warfare and misinformation'. Written by Chibueze Daniel Edited by Ogah C S Maduabuchi For Family Writers Press International
Nnamdi Kanu's Case: Binta Nyako And DSS Collude To Create A Campaign Of Cognitive Warfare And Misinformation Written by Chibueze Daniel 3rd March 2022 The Department of State Services (DSS) is notorious for flagrantly disobeying court orders, while Justice Binta Nyako is infamous for aiding and abetting such notorious acts. Her history of encouraging court abuse has been obvious from 2015 when Mazi Kanu was first unlawfully arrested. Court of competent juridction order for an immediate release of Kanu, an accused in her court adjudicated case was met with snub, and she did nothing until a political settlement was reached. The question now is, how deep is Justice Binta Nyako’s conflict of interest aside her being a Fulani? It is not only unfortunate, but also unacceptable that a Judge of a supposed independent arm of government – the judiciary – is busy trumpeting the talking points of the prosecuting counsel and/or by extension, the agency of government, responsible for executing the law – the DSS! These things are not made up. They happened in real time, in court. Think about this for a second. It is the demand of justice that every accused be accorded a fair hearing. Meaning that the accused is innocent, and the onus is on the accuser to prove them guilty. But, has Binta Nyako not given order for Nnamdi Kanu to be allowed a change of cloth and it was disobeyed? Then she turned around to insult Nnamdi Kanu(the accused) by telling him ‘you cannot wear any type of cloth.’ She knows she cannot enforce her order because she is a rubber stamp or an accessory to abuse of court. Either way, she needs to recuse herself from the case. Nnamdi Kanu was in her court from 2015/2017. He wore clothes draped in Biafran colors. The poser for Binta Nyako is: What changed between 2015 and 2022 aside the fact he was abducted from Kenya? It is not even that Nnamdi Kanu insisted on wearing clothes made of Biafra colours. No! His humble demand is that he be allowed to wear the clothe of his people – the Igbo people! Binta Nyako knows that it is a cultural misinformation and cognitive warfare to claim that ‘Isi Agu’(the Igbo people's cloth) is intimidating. She knows what she is doing and she is simply engaging actively on it. And it is originally a perpetuation of the United Kingdom’s instigated lies that the Igbo people are domineering or dominating. This is false. Yet, Binta Nyako, the Judge of a competent court is wilfully playing this card to blackmail the Igbos emotionally, and then demoralize them. And as is the case always with United Kingdom’s imperialism, all they needed is a rogue participant from among the people. Therefore, it is not hidden that Igbo politicians are all in on this offensive against the belief of their people, except a few. Notable among them is the person who was disrespectful enough to desecrate ‘Isi Agu’ cloth by wearing a special order made with the Nigerian coat of arms to a yam festival in Germany – Ike Ekweremadu! There are three things that have happened, in the ongoing charade called "case of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu". These three things are humiliating to Nigerian government. These have made the DSS to reboot, reset and default to the infamous abduction primitive era and primordial misinformation behavior. One is the arrival of Mike Ozekhome. Two is the courageous verdict of Umuahia high court. Three is the death of the Kenyan ambassador. Well, the amateurs at the prosecuting team and the lawless DSS thought they have a case. As Ozekhome made a brave rebuttal of a ‘dead on arrival' case against his client, they buckled. The Umuahia verdict put Nigerian government in limbo. They must be scratching heads about how to deal with the courageous judge who did not care a hoot about the Nigerian government dictatorship. The death of the Kenyan ambassador, Wilfred Machage, if it is determined unnatural, rests squarely on the shoulders of both Nigeria and Kenya governments. Either way, whether Nigeria is trying to shut him up forever or otherwise, it is still an embarrassing and humiliating situation. Since the DSS refused to allow a change of cloth, visitation from the family and legal team to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, how long before they also stop bringing him to court? Will it be April 8, 2022? How should Biafrans react in such abuse, intended to whip up emotions and responses and create negative narrative against the Indigenous People Of Biafra, IPOB, leadership? It is a general standard that external stimulus plus response brings about an outcome. As Nnamdi Kanu was abducted, the first thing the DSS did was cash in on Biafrans emotions using infiltrators. So, instead of channeling our energy against the common enemy, we attacked each other. They would have succeeded but for the solid foundation of the structure. This time around, we must put our emotions in check. We must avoid any post on social media that will spotlight the infiltrators. We must fix our eyes on the ball and not get distracted by agent provocateurs. Our loyalty to command and control must be 120%, not even 100%. IPOB leadership has the master plan and blueprint of this struggle. We must never allow anyone sow a seed of doubt. Our's should be to always wait for the IPOB Directorate Of States(DOS)'s directives, because as the saying goes in local parlance, ‘na dem know road.’ We must not let Justice Binta Nyako and DSS have victory in their ‘cognitive warfare and misinformation'. Written by Chibueze Daniel Edited by Ogah C S Maduabuchi For Family Writers Press International

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