Nnamdi Kanu sits with legs crossed, poses for photos in court


Nnamdi Kanu sits with legs crossed, poses for photos in court

Troubled head of the prohibited nonconformist gathering, the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, showed up in court again on Wednesday wearing an originator wear he wore when he was re-captured and taken back to Nigeria in June 2021. 

Situated in the court with legs crossed, Kanu radiated happily as he set aside some effort to posture for photographs with his attorneys. 

Kanu, 54, was brought into the world on September 25, 1967, at Afaraukwu, Abia State. 

The secessionist chief is a holder of Nigerian and British international IDs. He had before bounced bail in June 2018 preceding leaving for the United Kingdom however he said that he escaped on the grounds that his life was as of now not protected in Nigeria. 

After around three years abroad, the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), at a press instructions in Abuja on June 29, 2021, declared that the IPOB pioneer was re-captured in an unfamiliar nation and removed to Nigeria. 

Kanu's Lead Counsel, Ejiofor Ifeanyi, had said the IPOB pioneer was re-captured in Kenya and sped to Nigeria. 

Upon his re-capture and removal in June 2021, he was re-summoned before Justice Binta Nyako for psychological warfare related charges and has since been remanded in the DSS authority in Abuja. 

Equity Nyako had deferred the preliminary of Kanu to October 21, 2021, for continuation of hearing yet the preliminary was again dismissed till November 10, 2021. 

In any case, there was disarray in Wednesday as Kanu's group of legal counselors arranged a walkout over the refusal of agents of the Department of State Services to permit some of them to get entrance into the court. 

However the guidance for the Federal Government and Director of Public Prosecution, M. D. Abubakar, asked the court to continue with the preliminary without any Kanu's legal counselors, the appointed authority declined and suspended the case till January 19 and 20, 2022, for preliminary. 

Kanu's supporters in Nigeria had pronounced a few sit-at-home requests in the South-East to fight his capture and request his delivery from the care of the mysterious police. 

The sit-at-home requests have been said to handicap monetary exercises in Imo, Abia, Anambra, Enugu and Ebonyi, particularly on Mondays. 

The banished bunch had likewise proclaimed a sit-at-home which undermined the Anambra political race however later canceled the request.



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