Nnamdi Kanu Narrates How DSS Has Denied Him Access to Drugs, Food and Money For a Week

    Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, on Thursday, accused the Department of State Services, DSS, of denying him access to his medications for nine days.

    He also accused the secret police of starving him of food.

    Kanu’s Special Counsel, Aloy Ejimakor disclosed this after his routine meeting with the IPOB leader at the DSS facility.

    A tweet by Ejimakor reads: “Special Update: Today, I visited #MNK in the company of Prince Emma Kanu & Barr. Nnaemeka Ejiofor.

    “He instructed me to make it public that he has not been given his drugs for the past 9 days & he has not eaten today because DSS says that they don’t have money to buy his food. #Sad.”

    Ejimakor said the legal team has decided to give the DSS money to purchase food for Kanu.

    “We have decided to take money to them as a deposit for his food. They won’t allow food brought by others, including family,” he told DAILY POST upon further inquiry.