Confused Nigeria Government On The Run As Court Postpones Nnamdi Kanu's Trial Indefinitely
By Paul Ihechi Alagba
For Family Writers.
8th July 2017
The high profile trial of the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu by the Nigeria government has been put on hold till further notice; this is according to a reliable information obtained by Family Writers Press.
The controversial trial of the IPOB Leader and three other Biafra activists was scheduled to have resumed on Tuesday, July 11, 2017, prior to this latest adjournment by the Federal High Court Abuja.
A Counsel to one of the defendants disclosed that he has obtained a notification letter pertaining to the recent development. He revealed that the case is likely to resume later in October this year, even though no specific date has been chosen for the continuation of the trial.
Meanwhile, a source close to the federal government revealed that the main reason behind the suspension of the trial of Nnamdi Kanu and his co-defendants is because the Federal Government of Nigeria is currently in a state of confusion on how to continue with a case that has done more harm than good to the image of the country and the judiciary both locally and internationally.
The source further revealed that the Nigeria government has been deeply unsettled over the drastically increasing prominence of Nnamdi Kanu across the world, as well as his unshakable resolve for Biafra restoration. According to it, Nnamdi Kanu has been a thorn on the flesh of the Nigeria government ever since his conditional release from detention; and having come to terms with the grave consequences of revoking his bail as well as lack of veritable evidences to continue with the trial, the Federal Government has opted for the trial to be suspended indefinitely.
However, the source disclosed that there is need for the security of Nnamdi Kanu to be professionally fortified, as Nigeria government and powerful political cabals in Nigeria are desperate to stop the IPOB Leader by all means, which may eventually terminate his life.
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