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Monday, October 23, 2017

FG Tells Court That Abaribe Must Produce Nnamdi Kanu In Court

The Federal Government has replied to Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe’s application seeking to withdraw as one of the sureties for the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, describing the application as belated.





The government, in its counter-affidavit and written address filed before the Federal High Court in Abuja to oppose Abaribe’s request, told Abaribe that Kanu was in his custody and he had to produce him for the continuation of his trial.

It stated in its counter-affidavit that Abaribe was aware that Kanu “has long violated the bail conditions handed down by this honourable court” on April 24, 2017 before September 11 when he claimed to have lost contact with the defendant.

The prosecuting counsel, Mr. Shuaibu Labaran, argued in the written address that Abaribe “failed woefully” by allegedly aiding and abetting Kanu to flout his bail conditions.

Denying that Kanu was not in the custody of the Nigerian Army, the Federal Government stated in its counter-affidavit that the defendant remained in Abaribe’s custody.

“That the military activities in Abia State tagged ‘Operation Python Dance II’ was a routine exercise in its second year carried out by the military at the end of every year.

Edited from Punch

13 comments:

  1. Agreed! Namsense!

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    1. Abaribe should noy allow himself to be bullied at all. The federal govt should produce Nnamdi Kanu.

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    2. Please when in a democracy did the executive branch start telling the judiciary what and what not to do?

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  2. FG and the Nigerian army should produce Nnamdi Kanu where they kept him, we've not set our eyes on him since the day they raided his house.

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    1. Stop hiding behind your palasa phone and go out there to tell the authority.

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  3. Story story......


    chim-oma a.k.a Miss Kapusu

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  4. Mr Abaribe should be ready to smell his anus. So he didn't see Kanu violated his bail condition all these while?

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  5. sen abaribe i hope u dont turn to iberibe

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  6. THE SENATOR SHOULD HAVE SENT HIS APPLICATION WHEN KANU STARTED FLAUNTING HIS BAIL CONDITIONS. IF HE HAD DONE SO THEN NO ONE FOR DE DISTURB AM. NA MY NEIGHBOUR SLEEP FOR PANTI BCOS OF IM VILLAGE BOY WE GO STEAL DIESEL FOR COMPANY RUN. THE WICKED BOY NO GREE SHOW UNTILL MY NEIGBOUR WIFE USE POLICE GO CARRY HIM MAMA AND PAPA FOR VILLAGE. NEVER STAND FOR WICKED , SELFISH PEOPLE LAST LAST NA U GO SUFFER AM

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  7. Abaribe = Iberibe.

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