FG Asks Court To Revoke Nnamdi Kanu's Bail




The Federal Government has approached the Federal High Court, Abuja, seeking the revocation of the bail granted the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.

The application was attached to a statement issued on Friday by the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity to the Minister of Justice, Mr. Salihu Isah.

The federal government said the application is sequel to Kanu’s breach of his bail conditions.

It said:
“The 1st defendant (Kanu) is standing trial for alleged offences of conspiracy to commit acts of treasonable felony and other related offences before this court.
“The offence for which he is standing trial is not ordinarily bailable but due to the magnanimity of the court and its quest for justice and fairness, he was granted bail on health grounds.
“Among the other conditions for his bail is that he should not be seen in a crowd exceeding 10 people and he should not grant any interviews, hold or attend any rallies.
“And that he should file in court, medical updates of his health status every month. But rather than observing all of the conditions listed above, Kanu, in flagrant disobedience to the court order, flouted all conditions of the bail.”

According to the government, Kanu has in furtherance to the offence he was charged, inaugurated a so called Biafra Security Service (BSS), an act it describes as a grave threat to national security and unity of the country.

Justice Binta Nyako had on April 25, admitted Kanu to bail on stringent conditions, but had denied bail to the other defendants standing trial with him.

The matter was adjourned till July 11 for trial but could not go on because the court commenced its annual vacation on July 10 and a new date of October 17 was fixed for commencement of trial.


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