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Monday 14 November 2022

This court lacks the Jurisdiction to Entertain Further Charges Against Kanu--Judge

  This court lacks the Jurisdiction to Entertain Further Charges Against Kanu--Judge 

The Indigenous People Of Biafra(IPOB)'s Legal Team continues to record victory in court as it concerns the government's frivolous charges against Nnamdi Kanu. 

Recall that Judges of an Abuja Appellate Court had trashed all Charges against Nnamdi Kanu the Indigenous People Of Biafra on 13th October, 2022, discharged and acquitted the IPOB leader. However, that judgement did not go well with the government's executives, who in disrespect to the court's order, refused to release Kanu. The Federal government went further to dubiously reinstate the already quashed charges, and asked the Federal High Court(FHC) to proceed on the case. 

Howbeit, the FHC Judge today, 14th November 2022 declared the FHC's position with regards to the case, the judge ruled the court lack the jurisdiction to entertain further charge against Nnamdi Kanu. 

Here’s the report in details, as sourced from Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor, the IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu's lead counsel:


Done and dusted! 

The Court per His lordship Hon. Justice Binta Nyako, is in agreement with us that it lacks the jurisdiction to entertain any further charge against Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, in view of the landmark judgment of the Court of Appeal.

The matter was consequently adjourned sine die pending the outcome of the appeal at the Supreme Court.

We are winning !

Supreme Court here we come!

No going back on ONYENDU’s freedom.

Our appeal to set aside the order staying the execution of Onyendu’s judgment will be fixed for hearing any moment from now.

We shall keep you all posted.

ChukwuOkike Abiama is always on the throne.

We move!"

Family Writers Press International, reporting

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