Nigeria Department of State Service officers have been deployed to the federal high court with guns, bikes, trucks and other gadgets to secure the continuous trial of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, in Maitama Federal High Court.
Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court Abuja will be presiding over the continous case of the Indigenous People of Biafra leader who have been charge with 9 different crimes such as treasonable felony, terrorism, tyranny, manslaughter and more.
The armed offciers stationed all wearing covered hooded are quick to stop any vehicle not branded or authorized by the government to move and also stopped all other form of movement In and outside the Federal Court In Abuja.
One of our correspondent In ireport247 earlier reported a warning from the Attorney-General, who is also the Minister of Justice of the federation, Justice Abubakar Malami, warned the Indigenous People of Biafra members and officials not to show up for the court hearing of their leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
The Attorney-General of Nigeria flex his oversight power to private hotels within 50km by insisting they were on special operations and visitors are not allowed to move around and thank them for understanding the gravity of the case.
A few of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu`s friends fight back by insisting the constitution supports them to be there for the IPOB leader.
Omoyele Showore, a former presidential aspirant and founder of sahara reporters has been arrested in connection with his support of the IPOB leader in Abuja.
Sahara reporter spokes person said they are yet understand why the CEO of Sahara reporters was arrested.
Latest Update on Mazi Nnamdi Kanu: Court says Nnamdi Kanu’s trial can not continue in his absence.
- Due to vacation prosecution should apply for a fiat from the Chief Judge- Justice Binta Nyako
- grants him access to his lawyer.
** Denies application to transfer him from DSS custody to Kuje correctional center.
Court adjourns to 21st October.