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  • I Will Never Honour Nigeria Court Again - Nnamdi Kanu
  • Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has maintained his strong stance that he will not return to the federal high court in Abuja where he was standing trial of treasonable felony, etc before he departed the country.

    The federal government had charged him with treason but Binta Nyako, a judge of the federal high court in Abuja, had granted him bail after 18 months in detention.

    IPOB leader had flouted all the terms of the bail before the military invaded his Abia residence on September 14, 2017.

    He fled during the era of operation python dance II last year September which results to invasion of men of the Nigerian army in the residence of Kanu, at Afarauku Ibeku in Abia state and resurfaced in Jerusalem on Friday, 19th.

    Kanu, in a broadcast via Radio Biafra, Kanu points that the Nigerian court lacks the capacity to try him. He said that Nigerian government has no factual evidence to try him and as Nigerian judicial arm of the government is dependent on other arms which is not supposed and undemocratic and unconstitutional.

    He said the judge who has asked his sureties to produce him should have asked the army why they invaded his residence to kill him, if not for IPOB intelligence team that smuggled him out which 28 men and his dog, Jack was killed on the process by the men of the Nigerian army drafted to unleash mayhem in South East in the name of devilishly conducted operation python dance by Turku Buratai, Army chief of staff.

    “Nigerian court is a Kangaroo court. I did not jump bail, I left because the court failed to protect me,” he said.

    “I shall not be honouring the court.”

    Kanu also sympathized with those in position of his sureties of what they are, or may likely pass through as he will not be honouring the court.