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DSS Fails To Provide Nnamdi Kanu In Court For Trial Despite The Insistence Of His Lawyer (FULL DETAILS)

Despite Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor's insistence that his client, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, be brought before the court by the DSS to have the cas...

Despite Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor's insistence that his client, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, be brought before the court by the DSS to have the case of his extraordinary rendition settled, the security agency failed to provide the IPOB leader in court today July 26, 2021 as expected.

Recall that Nnamdi Kanu was kidnapped in Kenya and illegally repatriated to Nigeria in June 2021 after the invasion of his home by the Nigerian joint security forces on September 14, 2017, a few weeks before the date of his hearing in court.

This nasty military invasion resulted in the deaths of 28 innocent people including both of Kanu's parents who died from the traumatic incident.

However, Mazi Nmamdi Kanu who miraculously escaped the terrible assassination attempt on his life, fled Nigeria, and this led to his long absence from the court.

Recently, Kanu who was extraordinarily renditioned by the Nigerian government with the aide of their Kenyan counterpart have been denied access to his lawyers, family and doctors despite his health issues.

Today at the Federal High Court in Abuja where the hearing was to continue, according to Nnamdi Kanu's Chief attorney Ifeanyi Ejiofor, the court ordered the detention authorities to grant them access to the Kanu on a specified date (date withheld). This, was after the DSS failed to provide the IPOB leader in court. 

Meanwhile, Ejiofor also noted that there had been rumors on social media that his client Mazi Nnamdi Kanu had been taken from DSS custody in Abuja, and it appears to be true because he (Ejiofor) had no access to him since the past eight (8) days.

The lawyer also added that there had been a request served on July 14, 2021 to have Nnamdi Kanu transferred to the Kuje Correctional Center, but that there was a cross-affidavit served by the federal government against that request this morning.  before the tribunal.

Ejiofor strongly noted that if anything bad happened to his client, Nnamdi Kanu, the international communities should hold accountable the Nigerian government, DSS and other authorities, who are involved in the horrific game.

Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor also condemned the arrest of the IPOB members and other persons who attended the court today to observe the progress of the case, and called on authorities to release them immediately.

The Judge, Binta Nyako, adjourned the next court date to October 21, 2021, on the grounds that she cannot proceed with the hearing without the defendant in court.

— Egwuatu Chukz Reports

For Family Writers Press International.

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