The army is yet to respond to the demands for the disclosure of the whereabouts of Kanu.
Wednesday called on the United Nations, UN, mission in Nigeria and the government of the United Kingdom, UK, to prevail on the Nigerian government to produce its leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu who, it alleged, has been missing since the attack on his house in Umuahia penultimate week.
Kanu was detained for over a year and half on charges of treason and was only released on strict bail conditions in April this year.
Dan-Ali made this remark when he visited the Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the United Nations, in NY, the United States of America, Prof Tijjani Bande.
According to him, Kanu has "crossed a line" with his agitation for Biafra and that he (Mohammed) suspects the IPOB leader could be hiding. If Mr President feels like telling the world his ailment, so be it. Human rights groups have reported that the army's highhandedness has led to death of scores of IPOB members. IPOB maintains that the group is non-violent.
The statement described the ongoing Exercise Python Dance II in the South East as genocide, accusing the governors of the South East of collaborating with the Nigerian government to unleash mayhem against unarmed people.
The Nigerian army two weeks ago declared the group a terrorist organization after a clash between the two in south-east Abia State.
Further on the proscription, the federal government of Nigeria had equally and still insists that IPOB is a terrorist organisation, maintaining that the group had printed its currency and was extorting money from innocent citizens of Nigeria.
In an originating motion filed before the Federal High Court in Abuja, Ejik prayed the court to give an order mandating General Buratai to produce Kanu in court on his next adjournment date for the criminal trial he is facing.