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Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Nigerian Govt Reportedly Moves Documentary Evidence To Court In Terrorism Charges Against IPOB Leader Nnamdi Kanu

Indications have emerged that the Nigerian Government may today kick-start the trial of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu in the terrorism charges after his formal arraignment.






According to Daily post the court room of the Federal High Court in Abuja where the arraignment is scheduled to hold has been flooded with documentary evidence to be tendered against Kanu by the Government.

Also electronic equipment comprising various cameras have been brought to court and are being inspected by the lead counsel to the Federal Government, Mr Shuaib Magaji Labaran.

Although Kanu is yet to be brought into the court room, his lawyers led by Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN, have taken their seats waiting for the arrival of their client.

Family members of Kanu, including a nursing mother have taken their seats.

A representative of the British High Commissioner billed to watch the trial for the United Kingdom has also been allowed into the court room.

11 comments:

  1. This one na good news o and the guy man must pay for all of im atrocities.

    Na person wey no get conscience dey support this kind person sha.

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  2. Case has been adjourned till 16th of February 2022.... Today's outing was a fruitful one. Kanu won 1Bilion at the federal high court Umuahia against the government as a compensation for the violations of his human rights.

    Victory is sure...

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    1. Why wouldn't Abia State dash him billions, no be them dey sponsor am b4 water come pass gari?

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    2. When Sunday Igboho won his own suit against the government after his home invasions, I didn't see you react this way. Keep crying.

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  3. Economic activities in the SE are crumbling o

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  4. OK.
    Pls be updating us. Thanks

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  5. ▪️Court Update: "I Must Hear Mazi Nnamdi Kanu's Applications Before Considering Any Trial" ...Presiding Judge Binta Nyako Says.

    Me: This is how it's suppose to be.

    The government stand no chance to win in this case. The best they will come up with, is to continue frustrating this case from being heard.

    Truth be told, Kanu has sophisticated lawyers doing a beautiful job for him. He will walk out of this case a free man. Going through the charges, you will find out that they were the charges threw out by Justice Binta Nyako in 2017. I don't know the recycle bin Malami went and picked it up and present before the court again in a desperate bid to keep frustrating the court. Almost the fifteen charges are the same thing. You charge a man of terrorism whom only crime is seeking for self determination. Isn't Nigeria a signatory to UN chartered Acts that encourages self determination? So how is it a crime if a region decides to exercise that constitutional and fundamental rights?

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    1. The stone of his freedom go reach una house sha

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    2. Justice Nyako seems impartial. Nice!

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  6. She is following the rules of Court, has nothing to do with being impartial.

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