Despite the Federal Government submitting its amended seven-count charges against the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra in court, the pan-Yoruba socio-political organization, Afenifere, has said the case was not taken seriously. Mr. Sola Ebiseni, the association’s National Secretary-General, said in a statement that it appeared that the case had reached its wit’s end. “A government that admits that mere words of Kanu has become law, either by legitimate obedience or fear, even while in detention, should think outside the box. “The appropriate mindset is to admit that Nigeria, as a wobbling contraption of entrenched nationalities, is negotiable and that negotiations do not necessarily lead to dismemberment. Let the dialogue begin”, the statement read.