Kanu Petitions Appeal Court President, Seeks Date For Suit Challenging Proscription Of IPOB
Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has petitioned the President of the Court of Appeal, requesting a date to hear the appeal challenging the Exparte Order proscribing IPOB.
- Emefiele remain in custody as Court adjourns case till January 18
- “Marry me, I will even kneel down for Chioma too”- Lady pleads with Israel
- Prince Arthur Eze causes buzz as he donates N5 billion at event in Anambra
- Alejandro Garnacho’s stunning overhead kick helps Man Utd Beat Everton
- Video: Plane Flying from Lagos to Abuja Mistakenly Lands in Asaba
In a letter dated November 9, Kanu expressed concern over the illegal detention of IPOB members without trial and inhumane conditions.
He emphasized the need for a judicial order, stating that the delay in hearing the appeal contributes to the government treating IPOB members as terrorists.
Kanu commended the justices of the Court of Appeal who discharged him of the treason charge, noting their courage and mastery of international law.