Nnamdi Kanu

Court To Quash Kanu’s Charges As His Trial Adjourned For Consideration

Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, has pleaded not guilty to the Federal Government of Nigeria’s 15-count allegation against him.

However, Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High court Abuja has revealed that the Kanu’s trial which has adjourned to 16th of February by 1 pm was to consider an application to squash his (Nnadi Kanu) charges rebelled against him.

The judge also said that the prosecution must serve in the Defence lawyer 5 days before hearing.

Recall Mr Kanu refused to enter a plea yesterday because he had not been briefed on the new charges leveled against him.

Mike Ozekhome, Kanu’s primary counsel, had objected to his client’s re-arrest, claiming that they had only been served on Monday and had no time to advise the client.

As a result, the case was adjourned to February 16, 2022.


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