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“Why I Jumped Bail, Escaped From Nigeria”” – IPOB Leader, Nnamdi Kanu

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The self-acclaimed chief of the proscribed Indigenous Individuals Of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu on Tuesday, opened up on why he escaped from the nation inspite of the legal expenses of terrorism and treasonable felony introduced towards him by the federal authorities

Wanting closely weighed down, Kanu, who was delivered to courtroom for the continuation of trial shortly after he was intercepted by safety operations, sought the permission of Justice Binta Nyako to deal with the courtroom and current his facet of the story.

Upon the permission, Kanu informed the courtroom within the presence of closely armed safety operatives that his home was unlawfully invaded by safety males together with his life significantly threatened.

The self-acclaimed Biafran chief additional alleged that he would have been killed together with others on the day of the invasion if not for the knowledge he utilized to leap in a foreign country.

Kanu’s response was provoked by the federal authorities’s info by way of its counsel, Shuaib Labaran that Kanu jumped the bail granted by the courtroom to flee trial by working in a foreign country.

Labaran had utilized to the courtroom for an order to remand Kanu within the custody of the Division of State Service (DSS).

The counsel mentioned the request grew to become crucial as a result of legal professionals to Kanu have been but to be aBosom of his re-arrest.

Justice Binta Nyako granted the request and ordered that Kanu be remanded within the custody of DSS until July 26 for the continuation of his trial.

Though the continuation of trial was initially slated for October 20, 2021, it was introduced downward to July 26, 2021, for his legal professionals to look for his protection.

Kanu appeared to have been given the VIP therapy whereas being moved out of courtroom.

He was taken away in handcuffs by way of a particular gate reserved for Judges and extremely positioned individuals from the place he was moved to the DSS detention centre.

Hordes of photographers and cameramen who had positioned themselves to take his pictures have been dissatisfied upon discovery that Kanu had been taken away.

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