For anyone that closely studies African politics, it is clear that the former colonial powers (UK, France and Germany) have never really left Africa alone since they physically left. In Chad, CAR, Mali, France is always looking to install proxy Governments that will do its bidding and meet its interests. Francophone african countries are also required by colonial law to deposit 50% of their reserves into the French treasury and to award public sector contracts to French companies. Nnamdi Kanu is a British citizen in UK. This is pure speculation but UK could be looking to: 1. Install a Government to do its bidding. 2. Cause war in Nigeria to maintain white supremacy - which is to say - "look at Africa, all their countries are at war" 3. Cause destabilisation in order to sell arms and make money. 4. Cause destabilisation in order to win mining contracts. The British Government, if it does not have ulteror motives should either take Nnamdi Kanu to court for instigating session/ war but should also send him to Nigeria so he can be on the forefront of the war he is instigating.