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BREAKING:Court Shifts Nnamdi Kanu’s Trial To January 18, 2022

Equity Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court in Abuja has presented the preliminary of the kept head of the banished Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) bunch, Nnamdi Kanu from January 19 to January 18, 2022.

The change in the preliminary date follows the encapsulation of time allowed by the Judge on Thursday after a supplication with that impact.

Kanu’s advice, Ifeanyi Ejiofor had moved toward the court with an application looking for a request for the court to oblige the preliminary in November and December this year as against the previous January 19.

Advice to the Federal Government, Shuaib Labaran anyway let the court know that a counter affirmation restricting the solicitation by the Federal Government has been filled and served on Kanu.

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Equity Nyako anyway illuminated Kanu’s legal counselor that the application for time concise edition can’t be considered on the grounds that there is no legal time for such an issue.

Following the demand, Justice Nyako consented to move different cases scheduled for January 18 to oblige the preliminary which will endure till January 19 and 20.

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She further arranged the DSS to permit Kanu to rehearse his confidence, put on something else, and be given the most extreme conceivable solace in the confinement office.

These orders were given in Nnamdi Kanu’s nonappearance as the preliminary was heard in his nonattendance.

One of his attorneys, Alloy Ejimakor let columnists know that piece of the things that will be heard is the application for his bail among others. The attorney likewise said it isn’t obligatory that Nnamdi Kanu be in court for the conference.

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Prior, there were assumptions that Nnamdi Kanu would show up in court however in the long run, he was missing.

Nnamdi Kanu is dealing with indictments verging on supposed psychological warfare and double crossing crime.

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