Live Update on Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Court Trial October 21 – The Federal Government of Nigeria will today October 21, 2021 resume trial of the leader of Indigenous peoples of Biafra Mazi Nnnamdi Kanu, Ohamadike 1 of Africa who they fail to provide on the last time the hearing was fixed.
Live Update on Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Court Trial October 21
We are at it again today to see the outcome of the siting. Whether the FG will bring him to court or come out with excuses as usual. The court hearing will begin in earnest at 9am. Stay with us on this page for live update on Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Court Trial October 21.
Following the trial when will come up in no distant time now, many civil groups in south Eastern part has urge the FG to make sure he bring Nnamdi Kanu to the court today and release him unconditionally.
On its part, the Movement for the Actualization of the Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) has warned the federal government not to fail to produce Kanu in court tomorrow.
It said Kanu’s absence in court would bring devastating destruction to Nigeria and may fuel rumors that he has been killed in the detention of the Department of State Services (DSS).
The group’s leader, Uchenna Madu, in a statement, on Tuesday, October 19 said MASSOB is fully backing the civil disobedience call by IPOB directing people in the southeast to sit-at-home any day Kanu would be brought to court.
Igbo Royal Fathers demand Kanu’s immediate release
Meanwhile, traditional rulers in the southeast region have demanded from the federal government, the immediate release of Kanu.
The monarchs who made the demand under their umbrella body of South East Council of Traditional Rulers called on President Muhammadu Buhari to release Kanu from detention into the hands of the Igbo traditional and religious leaders.
They also called on the president to show sagacity, pragmatism, statesmanship, and fatherliness by de-proscribing the IPOB as a terrorist organization.
A man wearing a costume: Nnamdi Kanu is in the custody of the DSS and is expected to be brought to court on Thursday, October 21.