Njenje Media Group CEO Maazi Tochukwu Ezeoke has come out strongly to condemn the detention of Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, at a British airport. He has demanded an apology and investigation from the British government.
The recent incident at the British airport, where Peter Obi was detained in what was described as an “illegal and arbitrary” manner, has been widely condemned by many Nigerians. Obi had gone to the UK to meet with the party’s diaspora supporters and to attend a debate.
In a statement released by Maazi Tochukwu Ezeoke, he said that he was “shocked and appalled” by the treatment of Peter Obi at the British airport. He said that the incident was an affront to Nigerian citizens and a violation of the fundamental human rights of the Labour Party presidential candidate.
Ezeoke further stressed that the incident was a “blatant breach of international law” and a “violation of the principle of respect for human rights and dignity.” He emphasized that the detention of Obi was “illegal and arbitrary” and demanded an apology and investigation from the British government.
The statement released by Ezeoke further noted that the incident was indicative of the “prevalence of racism” in some parts of the world. He expressed his dismay that in the 21st century, such acts of racism and discrimination are still rampant. He urged the British government to “take prompt action to ensure that such incidents are not repeated in the future.”
Ezeoke’s statement has been widely welcomed by many Nigerians. Many have commended his strong stance against the “inhuman and despicable” act of detaining Obi at the British airport. They have also expressed their support for his call for an apology and investigation from the British government.
The incident at the British airport has sparked outrage in Nigeria and has been widely condemned by many Nigerians. Maazi Tochukwu Ezeoke’s statement is a further testament to the widespread condemnation of the incident and the strong demand for justice. It remains to be seen what action the British government will take in response to the incident and the demands of Ezeoke.