Second Republic lawmaker Junaid Mohammed has criticised the Federal Government for openly threatening to arrest the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu.
Mohammed said the government should have quietly approached the Federal High Court Abuja which granted Kanu bail to revoke same.
He said the government was making noise with its talk of arresting the IPOB leader.
Mohammed said, ”Kanu was sent to jail through a court order. And if the government feels it wants him back in custody for violating certain conditions, they can go back and tell the same court.
”What we have now shows that the executive is not in order. What the government has done is a routine thing that does not require noise making.”