The court case files of Nnamdi Kanu vanishes from Nigerian Court of Appeal. Nigerian Court hearing the case of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has declared his case file missing. After almost one year of adjournment, the appellate court have declared that Nnamdi Kanu’s case file in the case between the Biafran leader and the Nigerian government is missing or misplaced.
All arguments from both the Plaintiffs and the defendants have been heard by the jury. Therefore, final judgement was being awaited when the judges stated that they cannot proceed to give their final judgement as Kanu’s case files are missing.
The adjournment of the Biafran leader’s case for more than the maximum 3 months stipulated by the Nigerian constitution is illegal. However, illegality has been the order of the day in Nigeria. Just like Muhammadu Buhari who is not qualified to be President of Nigeria but defies the constitution to be there.
The Nigerian judiciary which is known to be corrupt from ab initio has fallen to its lowest abyss under the dictatorial “pseudo” democratic government of Rtd. General Muhammadu Buhari.
In a press statement released by the Indigenous People of Biafra, the group stated that they are putting the world on notice about the injustices committed against them by the Nigerian Judiciary. IPOB stated that the conduct and body language of those handling the case is abnormal and suspicious.
“We are drawing the attention of the civilised world to the mess the Nigerian judiciary, terrorised by a brutal dictatorial regime has turned into. Instead of delivering judgement for Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the judiciary would rather break every constitutional provision guiding the time line in cases at the Appeal Court.
Nnamdi Kanu is in court to challenge the ruling of Justice John Tsoho when he reversed a ruling he gave on masking of witnesses in the treasonable felony trial of the IPOB leader and 3 others. This matter is one year overdue because the Nigerian constitution, which judges are meant to interprete and uphold, clearly stipulates that all Appeal Court judgements MUST be delivered within three months. It is up to a year without any judgement on this matter contrary to constitutional provision” the statement read.