High Court Adjourns Nnamdi Kanu Trials – See New Date

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We all can remember that the case between the Federal government and the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu is not yet over, with trials still going on while he remains in the Department Of Security Service (DSS) office.

However, according to the latest reports from Bellnewsonline.com, the Federal High Court in Umuahi, Abia State has currently adjourned the trials of Kanu to October 27 for judgment.

The court which presided over by Justice Evelyn on Tuesday the 4th day of October adjourned the trials till the 27th day of October 2022, on Nnamdi Kanu’s eight-point application filed against the Federal government’s attack in his hometown and the arrest from Kenya. Bellnewsonline.com has revealed that the proscribed leader of IPOB is asking the Federal government of Nigeria to pay him 25million Naira for damages.

It was also reported that the Special Counsel to Nnamdi Kanu Barr. Ejimakor brought the UN’s request of unconditional release to the court’s attention. “Until the respondents provide a warrant of extradition or arrest, detaining Kanu remains illegal and unconstitutional.” Ejimakor said.

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