The Department of State Services has halted confined head of the restricted Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, from marking a consular help structure by the United Kingdom.
One of the guidance for the confined IPOB pioneer, Aloy Ejimakor, revealed this in an assertion on Monday in the wake of visiting Kanu in DSS guardianship.
Kanu, who was brought into the world on September 25, 1967, is a holder of Nigerian and British international IDs. Upon his re-capture and removal from a far off country, he was summoned before Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court in Abuja for illegal intimidation related charges and has since been remanded in the authority of the Department of State Services. He had hopped bail prior to escaping to the United Kingdom.
The PUNCH had before detailed that the British Government communicated preparation to give “consular help” for Kanu yet need him to consent to the help by marking a few structures.
Head of Communications, British High Commission in Abuja, Dean Hurlock, had revealed to The PUNCH that “The British High Commission in Abuja is at present during the time spent looking for explanation from the Nigerian government about the conditions of the capture.
“With respect to any inquiries regarding whether the British High Commission are giving help with this case, we can affirm that the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office stands prepared to give consular help.”
Consequently, Ejimakor conveyed two structures to the IPOB pioneer last Wednesday during a visit to the workplace of the mysterious police.
Yet, in an articulation shipped off our journalist on Monday, the attorney said the structures were gotten back to him unsigned.
Ejimakor’s assertion was named, ‘Rundown of my appearance with our Client, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu on Monday nineteenth July’.
It read, “Last Saturday, when I visited Mazi Kanu, I communicated solid worries about the unnecessary deferral in having Kanu sign the two Forms I had taken to the DSS for Kanu’s unique some prior days.