Will the court halt Nnamdi Kanu trial any time soon?

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The latest Biafra news: federal court of Abuja has rejected statement of the representative of Biafra and its lawyer to stop Nnamdi Kanu trial. The judge has ordered to continue process as it was before.

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The judge Justice Tsoho said that he wouldn't give in on any provocation to stop the case. He has also condemned violent language of the lawyer who has signed the application. The judge declared that such defiant behavior will obviously not provide success to the lawyer.

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Kanu and its adherents were accused in court on six points. These are: traitorous crime, illegal order of firearms and others. They submitted the appeal on March 7. The court has allowed conducting a meeting at a chamber. However, IPOB has objected to it and has sent one more application. But the court rejected this appeal on Biafra case, relying on the recent law.

MASSOB were also already adjusted on release of Kanu. They declared: 'We have to combine our efforts and take advantage of release of Kanu to actualize Biafra. It is obvious that all statements against our leader were made unsuccessfully'.


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