The President Muhammadu Buhari-drove National Government has been censured for misusing the instance of Nnamdi Kanu, head of the Native Nation of Biafra, IPOB.
Following the Court of Allure judgment releasing and clearing Kanu, the Extraordinary Advice to the IPOB pioneer, Aloy Ejimakor, blamed the National Government for ‘misusing’ the instance of the Biafra fomenter.
Ejimakor brought up the times the Nigerian Government misused Kanu’s case beginning around 2018 till date.
An assertion by Ejimakor peruses part of the way: “Nigeria’s insubordination of a 2018 choice of a mainland court on Kanu was the first ‘misusing’.
“The unprecedented interpretation was the second, while putting Kanu being investigated was the third.
“Ignoring the Assembled Countries was the fourth and the probability of resisting the judgment of the Court of Allure will be the fifth”.
Review that the Court of Allure in Abuja had gotten the IPOB pioneer free from every one of the charges against him and thusly released him.
Yet, the Head legal officer of the Alliance, Abubakar Malami, said Kanu was released, as opposed to vindicated.
Malami uncovered that more charges might be brought against Kanu, in this manner raising questions concerning the Public authority’s preparation to deliver Kanu.
In the mean time, Ejimakor had encouraged powerful Nigerians and the worldwide local area to convince Buhari’s administration to deliver Kanu.