Biafra: Kanu’s attorney responds to IPOB leader’s victory against govt in court


Aloy Ejimakor, Special Counsel to Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has actually responded to the Abia State High Court ruling on the pro-Biafra agitator.

Justice Ben Anya of the High Court being in Abia State had refused to captivate the Federal Government’s match challenging the skills of his court to hear Kanu’s essential rights infraction fit.

Kanu, through Ejimakor, had filed the basic rights match against the Federal Government on the premises of military invasion of his home in 2017, his rearrest and torture in Kenya, his repatriation to Nigeria, among others.

The trial judge bought the Federal Government to pay Kanu one billion as settlement.

Justice Anya likewise ordered the federal government to openly say sorry to the IPOB leader for breaching his essential human rights and pursue a political solution.

Responding to the judgment, Ejimakor expressed self-confidence that the Federal Government would implement Justice Anya’s judgment.

In a declaration he forwarded and signed to DAILY POST, the Special Counsel revealed hope that the judgment would impact Kanu’s trial at the Abuja Federal High Court.

Ejimakor said: “I am pleased with the judgment, specifically as it decreased the vested notion that Nnamdi Kanu leapt bail in 2017. The regulation by the Judge to the federal government to pursue the course of political option with Kanu is also in excellent order. Going forward, I see the judgment having a considerable effect on the Abuja case.

“I believe that the federal government will implement the judgment. My confidence comes from the recent declarations from the President that he will appreciate whatever the judiciary chooses in the matter of Nnamdi Kanu.”