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Nnamdi Kanu’s trial: Storm court on Monday, don’t be intimidated – Adeyanju tells IPOB supporters




Abuja-based rights activist, Deji Adeyanju, has urged supporters of Nnamdi Kanu, chief of the Indigenous Folks of Biafra, IPOB, to flood the Abuja Federal Excessive Courtroom on Monday for the agitator’s trial.

Adeyanju defined that such motion is the one language President Muhammadu Buhari understands.

The activist argued that Nigerians have the precise to attend the trial of individuals they imagine in.

In line with Adeyanju, Kanu’s supporters shouldn’t be afraid to storm the courtroom and present solidarity on Monday.

In a tweet, Deji wrote: “I attraction to Nnamdi Kanu’s supporters to flood the Federal Excessive Courtroom in Abuja on Monday as they start his trial.

“That’s the language Buhari understands. Don’t let anybody scare you. Residents have the precise to protest and likewise to attend the trial of one in all their very own.”

Kanu will on Monday seem earlier than Justice Binta Nyako-led courtroom for the continuation of his trial.

The case of treason involving Kanu was earlier than the decide when the agitator fled the nation in 2017.

Justice Nyako had granted Kanu bail after which he fled Nigeria to Europe.

He was, nevertheless, seize and repatriated, a number of weeks in the past.

Kanu’s lawyer, Aloy Ejimakor, nevertheless, argued that his shopper by no means jumped bail, stressing that the Nigerian authorities made him flee the nation.

Nevertheless, his lead counsel, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, yesterday disclosed that Kanu’s trial will proceed as scheduled on Monday regardless of Federal Excessive Courtroom judges happening recess.


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