Nnamdi Kanu arrives Federal high court (photos)

IPOB Leader,  Nnamdi Kanu’s case has been adjourned.

Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court in Abuja has delayed the case of Biafra political leader Nnamdi Kanu until April 8, 2022.

According to reports, the separatist leader’s trial resumed on Wednesday. Kanu faces 15 charges, including terrorism, treason, provocation, and managing a criminal organization. Kanu, the leader of the banned Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), had earlier pleaded not guilty to the allegations.

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Mike Ozekhome (SAN), Kanu’s Lead Counsel, contended on Wednesday that his client, Kanu, was unusually renditioned. He claimed Kanu’s alleged crimes were without merit, noting that the charges did not specify where or when they occurred.

Protests asking for Kanu’s release are taking place across Europe today, including in Bonn, Germany, in front of the UN headquarters.

The situation was similar in Nigeria’s southeast, where inhabitants of Imo state totally obeyed IPOB’s sit-at-home order in solidarity with Kanu.

Meanwhile, Human rights lawyer, Chief Mike Ozekhome(SAN), who is the lead counsel to the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, on Wednesday, raised the alarm that his client’s sight had deteriorated.


Ozekhome told the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, that Kanu, who is currently in custody of the Department of State Service, DSS, may go blind if nothing was urgently done to restore his sight.

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