AMERICA— A group of legal practitioners and an international human rights organization, International Advocates for Peace and Justice (IAPJ), have written to the United Nations on the subject of an alleged impostor in the Nigerian government.
This followed as Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the indigenous peoples of Biafra, IPOB, insists that an impostor from Sudan presides over Nigeria’s affairs as President Muhammadu Buhari, whom he said died in 2017 at the London hospital.
In a letter written to the United Nations, the group demanded an investigation on the issue, which they say, should not be overlooked because it is very sensitive.
In the letter signed by the group’s president, Kelvin Bill, the group accused the African Union (AU) of complicity and said that the AU ignores and treats in a soft manner, the crimes committed by the government of some African countries.
“The reports of a presumed impostor handling the affairs of the country is worrisome, one must investigate to clarify the doubts that the person in question is the real President Muhammadu Buhari”
“As the biggest African country, if something goes wrong in Nigeria, the possibility that it affects other African countries is 70 percent, this should not be allowed.”
“While we carry out investigations within the limits of our power, we demand that the United Nations also conduct an investigation to help solve the problem,” part of the letter reads.