A preliminary notification has been given by the Federal High Court in Abuja on the head of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu in the double crossing crime allegations documented by the Federal Government.
The preliminary notification named “Bureaucratic Republic of Nigeria Versus Nnamdi Kanu” was stamped FHC/ABJ/CR/383/15 and served on Kanu’s attorney, Mr Ifeanyi Ejiofor and that of the Federal Government Mr Shuaib Labaran.
The preliminary notification was given after the resumption of the charges evened out against the IPOB pioneer.
The court in the notification educated the attorneys engaged with the case things to set up in front of the procedure.
The IPOB pioneer is relied upon to be charged before Justice Binta Nyako.
The notification peruses “This case will be moved from the General Cause List to the conference paper for Thursday 21st October 2021at 9 o’clock forenoon and will hit on be on that day if the matter of the court licenses or in any case on some change day of which you will get no further notification.
“On the off chance that either party wants to delay the meeting, he should apply to the court as quickly as time permits for that reason and if the application depends on any self evident truth, he should be ready to give verification of those realities.
“The gatherings are cautioned that at the conference, they are needed to present all the proof by witnesses or by archives which every one of them wants to depend on the side of his case and in inconsistency of that of his rival.
“The verification will be needed at the consultation and not on an ensuing day, and gatherings neglecting to present their proof at the legitimate time might wind up totally blocked from illustrating it by any means, or, best case scenario, simply permitted to do as such on installment of significant expenses for the opposite side, and such different terms as the court fits to force.
“Gatherings envious to uphold the participation of witnesses ought to apply immediately to the court to give at least one summonses for the participation of the observers required.
“It is fundamental that the application ought to be made to permit time for sensible notification to the observers required.
“On the off chance that the observer is needed to bring books or papers, they should be particularized in the request adequately to empower him to get what is implied.
“Any party bringing an observer through the court along these lines becomes obligated to pay such observer sensible amount of cash to be fixed by the court for his cost and loss of time.
“The court might decline to uphold the participation of an observer except if such aggregate has been fixed and kept in the court.
“On the off chance that either party wants to use in proof at the conference, any book or record in the belonging or force of the other party, he should give the other party, sensible notification recorded as a hard copy to deliver It at the meeting, bombing which he won’t be permitted to give any auxiliary proof of its substance.”