court adjoured to 20th of November

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*COURT CASE UPDATE: It Is None My
Business If The Military Abducted Or Killed
Nnamdi Kanu- Judge Tells Kanu's Lawyer*
It Is None My Business If The Military
Abducted Or Killed Nnamdi Kanu- Judge
Tells Kanu's Lawyer
Mrs Binta Nyako, the judge presiding over
the trial of the leader of Indigenous People
of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu has rebuffed claims
by the IPOB leader's lawyer that the military
are in possession of his client who has been
missing after a bloody raid at his residence
in Umuahia last month.
Nnamdi Kanu's lawyer, Barr. Ifeanyi Ejiofor
had during the proceedings disclosed
reasons behind his client's absence in court,
in response to the question tabled by the
presiding judge, demanding the
whereabouts of the first defendant, Mazi
Nnamdi Kanu. Barr. Ejiofor narrated all the
inconveniences as concern how the Nigeria
Armed Forces invaded his client's house,
massacred at least 28 persons and since
then, his client's way about is not yet known
as Nigeria Army are in a better position to
provide him before the court.
But while narrating the ordeal, Justice Binta
Nyako angrily responded, and told Ejiofor
that all the stories is none of her business,
and, asked if those who stood as sureties to
the first defendant are in the court.
Also making progress, a lawyer representing
Sen. Enyinnaya Abaribe stood up, telling the
honorable court that his client knows
nothing about the way about of Nnamdi
Kanu. He therefore prayed that his client is
asking for the withdrawal of his surety, of
which the judge hurriedly said that she
cannot listen to that plea unless Nnamdi
Kanu is available with his sureties in the
court.
The presiding judge stated that she is going
to invite the sureties and ask them why
Nnamdi Kanu is not present in the court.
She further said that what makes them his
sureties is to give any account of his
whereabouts if the need arises.
Finally, the judge ordered the prison
authorities to allow the third defendant's
doctor to always check on him anytime, any
moment. She therefore adjourned the case
to 20th of November 2017 for the
commencement of the trial.
Moses Agbo Obinna,
Reporting for Family Writers Press.
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This is serious
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#3
But at end we must win
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#4
20 November...

We are still in charge of the game.
But before then, an a bra election is a boycotted one.

All hail Biafra.
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#5
Nigerian courts and numerous adjournments -
responsible for 80% of prisons filled with awaiting trial
persons - a case lasting years. Failed Country
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"It's not my business if Kanu is dead or alive..."
Did the presiding Chief Judge actually say this? This is one of the most useless and empty outburst I've ever heard from someone that referred himself or herself "a Lord" of the Court!

What an empty remark!
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(17-10-2017, 04:35 PM)Ojukwu Wrote: "It's not my business if Kanu is dead or alive..."
Did the presiding Chief Judge actually say this? This is one of the most useless and empty outburst I've ever heard from someone that referred himself or herself "a Lord" of the Court!

What an empty remark!

That is the zoo for they don't how to use words
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