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IPOB Sends Strong Warning To All Members Ahead Of February 2 Trial

The Indigenous Peoples Of Biafra group (IPOB) has sent out a strong warning to its members over the upcoming trial of their leader on February 2, in Abuja.

Treason and felony trial for their convener, Nnamdi Kanu will commence on February 2 at a Federal High Court in Abuja.

The case will be presided by Justice Binta Anyaku. A total of 15 charges will be leveled against him by the Federal Government, and the Attorney-General of the federation, Abubakar Malami.

During the early hours of Sunday, IPOB leaders sent out a strong warning to their members over the upcoming trial of their leader on February 2, in Abuja.

The statement was released by the group media spokesman; Emma Powerful, who revealed that all members specifically Abuja residents should storm the court premises and room.

“This is to inform all members to storm the court on February 2, to show support for Nnamdi Kanu”.

“All members should follow the directives of our movement leaders; Mazi Chidebere Onwudiwe, Mazi David Nwawuishi, Mazi Bright Ishinwa Chimezie, and Mazi Benjamin Madubugwu, during and after the trial.

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