Biafra: ‘Nigerian Army set out as Pythons to end Nnamdi Kanu’s life’– Abia court


The Abia State High Court has actually implicated the Nigerian Army of attempting to “end” the life of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.

Justice Benson Anya held that the Nigerian Army set out as “pythons” to end Kanu’s life.

Recall that the Nigerian Army had in 2017 attacked Kanu’s residence in Afaraukwu, Abia State.

This wanted Justice Binta Nyako of an Abuja Federal High Court approved the IPOB leader bail in the very same year.

Following the intrusion, the IPOB leader had actually fled to Europe.

The IPOB leader, through his Special Counsel, Aloy Ejimakor, had filed a basic human rights fit against the Nigerian government.

Among other things sought, Kanu hoped the court to state the intrusion of his house by the Nigerian government as illegal and a violation of his essential human right.

Judgment on the match, the judge described the action of the Nigerian Army as well-known hence the Nigerian government need to tender an apology.

The judge’s judgment was revealed on Friday by Kanu’s Special Counsel by means of a tweet.

“It is the view of this court that the Army set out as pythons to TERMINATE the life of Nnamdi KANU. The military intrusion of his home at Afaraukwu Ibeku is so well-known that this Court can not disregard to it. He deserves an apology & & compensation,” Justice Benson Anya stated.