Storm Court on Monday, don’t be intimidated: Adeyanju told IPOB supporters about Nnamdi Kanu’s trial

Abuja human rights activist Deji Adeyanju urges supporters of Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB) leader Nnamdi Kanu to enter Abuja on Monday. The Federal Superior Court will judge the instigator.
Adeyanju explained that this type of action is the only language that President Mohammadu Buhari understands.

Activists argued that Nigerians have the right to participate in the judgment of people they believe in.
According to Adeyanju, Kanu supporters should not be afraid to go to court on Monday and show solidarity.
Deji tweeted:

“I call on supporters of Nnamdi Kanu to flood the Federal High Court in Abuja when the trial begins on Monday.
“That is the language Bukhari understands. Don’t let anyone scare you. Citizens have the right to protest and also have the right to participate in the trial of oneself.”
Kanu will appear in Binta Nyakoled Court on Monday to continue the trial.
When the instigator fled the country in 2017, the treason case involving Kanu was before the judge.
Judge Niak granted Kanu bail, after which he fled Nigeria for Europe.
However, he was captured and deported a few weeks ago. However,
Kanu’s attorney, Aloy Ejimakor, argued that his client never waived bail and emphasized that the Nigerian government allowed him to flee the country.
However, his lead attorney, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, revealed yesterday that although the Federal High Court judge suspended the session, Kanu’s trial will continue as scheduled on Monday.

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