The authorized workforce representing the chief of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has disclosed that Kanu’s launch from detention will now be pursued as its subsequent step.
A member of Kanu’s authorized workforce, Aloy Ejimakor revealed this on his Twitter deal with on Tuesday, whereas additionally citing the rationale given by the Department of State Services (DSS) for not bringing Kanu to court docket.
“To the multitudes asking me the way forward after the hearing yesterday, below is the answer:
“The very next step is to pursue the release of His Excellency from detention through the coordinated steps of the Legal Team in Nigeria & UK. We intend to succeed, sooner than later,” he tweeted.
Kanu, who’s presently being held within the custody of the DSS, is going through expenses bordering on treasonable felony, terrorism, amongst others.
Kanu was to seem on the Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday.
This, nevertheless, didn’t occur because the DSS failed to offer him in court docket, citing logistics difficulties for his or her failure to convey him to court docket, in accordance with Aloy Ejimakor.
“The DSS didn’t bring Kanu to court. They gave no valid reason for Kanu not being in court except to say that they had logistics difficulties but the Judge disagreed and told them that ‘trial can never commence without defendant being present,’” he famous.