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Nnamdi Kanu is our son, I will forever stand for him — Senator Abaribe Assures

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Lawmaker representing Abia South Senatorial District, Enyinnaya Abaribe, has insisted he would stand surety once more for the detained chief of the Indigenous Folks of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, given the identical circumstances.

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Abaribe said this on Wednesday throughout an interview on TVC’s Journalists’ Hangout.

The Senate Minority Chief defined that he stood surety for Kanu as a result of it was a situation imposed by the courtroom.

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In response to the lawmaker, the courtroom ordered that one of many sureties have to be a Senator, and because the Chairman of the South-East Senators Caucus then, he needed to supply himself.

When requested whether or not Senator Ike Ekweremadu, who’s now the Chairman of Southeast Caucus, would agree to face as certain for Kanu ought to the necessity come up, Abaribe mentioned he wouldn’t know.

Abaribe mentioned: “There’s a distinction between leaping bail and escaping on your life. I went again to courtroom and deposed that on the idea of the precept of ‘final seen’, that the final individuals seen with him had been troopers of the Nigerian military who had been invading his father’s residence.

“The choose in the end dominated that she was revoking bail and issued a warrant of arrest, thereby eradicating us from the accountability of offering him.”

The senator was then requested if he can be prepared to face surety for Kanu once more, if the IPOB chief was provided bail.

He replied: “If the circumstances are the identical, then why not?

“The primary time, the choose mentioned they wanted a Senator to be a part of his sureties. So if a choose says that once more that they want a Senator, I don’t see why I gained’t. I’m a Senator and I come from the South East.

“We will’t run away from our accountability. He’s our son. He’s from our state.”

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