Nnamdi Kanu Appears in Versace as Nigerian Ex-Governor, British Envoy Arrive Court for IPOB Leader’s Trial – GCFRNG

Nnamdi Kanu Appears in Versace as Nigerian Ex-Governor, British Envoy Arrive Court for IPOB Leader’s Trial - GCFRNG

Nnamdi Kanu Appears in Versace as Nigerian Ex-Governor, British Envoy Arrive Court for IPOB Leader’s Trial – GCFRNG

Nnamdi Kanu’s trial at the Abuja Federal High Court was attended by some prominent personalities, A British envoy was one of the attendees in the courtroom on the morning of Thursday 21 October The detained IPOB leader whose trial was very short arrived at the court dressed in white Versace cloth

The embattled leader of the indigenous peoples of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, appeared before the Federal High Court in Abuja for his trial in a white Versace suit. Nnamdi will stand trial on many charges that border on terrorism and incite national unrest. Prior to the trial, some dignitaries arrived at the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) court on Thursday, October 21. Among those seen at the court premises were a former Anambra governor, Chukwuemeka Ezeife, and a British envoy, The Cable reports.

However, a Vanguard post said Ezeife was not allowed to enter the chamber to witness the trial. The former governor claimed that he was left off the cameras because security agents insisted that he cannot enter with his people, The Nation also reported.

The representative of the United Kingdom (UK) was said to have arrived at the scene in a white Toyota Highlander. Nnamdi Kanu reacts to 7 terrorism charges Meanwhile, Kanu had been tried again in the Federal High Court in Abuja for treason and terrorism offenses. The court session began at 10 am on Thursday, October 21. When the charges were read to him, the IPOB leader pleaded not guilty. Ifeanyi Ubah asks the court to grant him permission to visit Kanu In another development, Senator Ifeanyi Ubah had requested a court order allowing him access to visit Kanu at DSS headquarters.

Speaking to journalists in front of the court after filing the request, Ubah said he took the step to find a solution to the crisis in security in the southeast region. Ubah, 50, is the Young Progressive Party (YPP) candidate in the upcoming Anambra governor election.

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