The detained chief of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has appealed to the members of the group, his supporters and well-wishers to be unwavering and prayerful regarding his current predicament.
He additionally expressed his profound gratitude to all of them which have stood by him since his travails started in direction of the top of June.
These have been contained in an replace despatched to SaharaReporters by his lead counsel, Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor, after a group of legal professionals had visited the IPOB chief within the custody of the Department of State Services on Thursday.
The pro-Biafra agitator has been within the detention of the DSS since June, although he briefly appeared in courtroom, blindfolded, handcuffed and chained within the legs earlier than Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court on June 29.
Operatives of DSS didn’t deliver Kanu to courtroom for trial slated for July 26, and Nyako adjourned the case until October 21.
His legal professionals had prayed the courtroom that his authorized group ought to have entry to him and that he must be transferred to a jail facility, however whereas the previous utility was granted, the latter was not.
In the routine go to by a group of legal professionals on Thursday, Ejiofor disclosed that Kanu was in excessive spirits, though none of his relations had but been capable of go to him.
The assertion reads, “Routine visit to Our Client – Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu was just concluded now. He is still very strong in spirit, resolute and firm.
“His warm greetings and compliments go to millions of Umuchineke and followers worldwide. He is profoundly grateful for the massive show of support and solidarity, and consequently urged all and sundry to remain resolute, and prayerful particularly in this trying moment.
“Victory is sacrosanct and it cannot be too long. Your prayers are paramount now. Other highlights border on professional interaction which shall remain private. Thank you all and God bless.”
When requested whether or not Kanu’s relations have been in attendance in the course of the go to, Ejiofor stated, “Not yet. We are on it.”