JUST IN; Why I jumped bail, ran away from Nigeria – Nnamdi Kanu opens up

Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has finally opened up on why he fled the country (Nigeria), amid several criminal charges of terrorism and treasonable felony levelled against him by the Federal Government of Nigeria.

Appearing in Court for the resumption of his trial, the proclaimed leader asked the Judge, Binta Nyako for permission to address the Court.

When he was finally asked to speak, Nnamdi Kanu said, “My life was seriously threatened by security agents when they invaded my, I could have easily been killed, myself alongside other people.”

“If not that I jumped the fence, I would have been shot dead on that ill-fated day they stormed my place of residence at Abia State, ” he said.

Meanwhile, council to the Federal Government, Shuaib
Labaran applied to the court for an order to remand Kanu in the custody of the Department of State Service (DSS).

Justice Binta Nyako granted the request and ordered that Nnamdi Kanu be remanded in the custody of DSS, until July 26, for the continuation of his trial.

After the proceedings, he was taken away in handcuffs through a special gate reserved for Judges and highly placed persons from where he was moved to the DSS detention centre.

CRIMECHANNELS gathered that the continuation of Kanu’s trial was originally slated for October 20, 2021, however, it was brought downward to July 26, 2021, for his Lawyers to appear for his defense.

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  1. Now that he has been detained, i hope he doesn’t die there, he might be poisoned there. Everything has been bought over in Nigeria, even the judiciary. Lord have mercy upon our dear country Nigeria.

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