The Case between the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu might have died a peaceful death as reports have it that Justice Binta Nyako Of the Federal High Court Abuja, said “As at now, I don’t have any crime application against Kanu. And When the Federal government file one, I will know how to attend to them,” Justice Nyako said. This is according to a report published by an Owerri based online news portal, Imocitytv.com.
According to the report, Justice Nyako held that the Federal Government failed to prove that IPOB is an unlawful organisation. IPOB was allegedly run by Kanu and his co-defendants — Chidiebere Onwudiwe, Benjamin Madubugwu and David Nwawuisi, is an unlawful society.
Justice Nyako noted that the Federal Government failed to produce any evidence to support the allegation in count nine of the charge that the 2nd defendant, Onwudiwe, as National Coordinator of IPOB and the 4th defendant, Nwawuisi, who was serving as MTN Field Maintenance Engineer in Enugu State, conspired to install Radio Biafra transmitters on MTN masts sited at Ogui Road near St. Michael Church, Enugu, having agreed for the payment and receipt of N150, 000.
Also, the allegation that Chidiebere Onwudiwe committed an act preparatory to an act of terrorism by carrying out research for the purpose of identifying and gathering improvised explosive devices, IEDs, making materials to be used against the Nigerian security operatives carrying out their lawful duties. According to Justice Nyako, the Federal Government ought to have charged Onwudiwe before a Magistrate Court over his alleged intention to commit an act of terrorism.
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