Nnamdi Kanu: Judge Forces Nigeria’s Secret Police, DSS To Relax Security Around Court Premises

The order was given to permit different appointed authorities to take care of different cases scheduled for their particular courts.

As per SaharaReporters, the preliminary of Nnamdi Kanu, head of the Indigenous People of Biafra would go on today, Wednesday before Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court in Abuja.

Not at all like past sittings with immense security presence, SaharaReporters saw that security was loose around the court premises.

This is in adherence to the request given by Justice Nyako that the agents of the Department of the State Services, DSS, ought not assume control over the security course of action of the court on February 16 until 12pm when Kanu’s preliminary would start off.

The mandate was given to permit different adjudicators to take care of different cases scheduled for their individual courts.

Equity Nyako asserted that preliminaries of different cases had been cut short and they were made to experience superfluous dismissals each time Kanu’s preliminary occurred because of weighty security presence and barricade of streets prompting the court.

The appointed authority moved the psychological oppression preliminary till 1pm on Wednesday, February 16, to guarantee that different cases were obliged before the initiation of Kanu’s preliminary.

Equity Binta advised the DSS Director of Legal Services to pass the court’s choice on to the most elevated specialists of the assistance for execution in light of a legitimate concern for equity to different defendants.

A 15-count psychological warfare charge was banged on Nnamdi Kanu by the Federal Government.

He argued not blameworthy to the charges and requested that the court release and absolve him without being investigated in light of the fact that the charges were hopelessly deficient and not worth being guarded.

Kanu had last Tuesday recorded a fundamental protest testing the ability of the new charge as well as the ward of the court to hear the matter.

As indicated by the litigant, the new charge liked against him were unjustifiable, useless, inadequate and couldn’t stand the trial of the law consequently, ought to be excused.

Kanu made the accommodation through his lead counsel, Mike Ozekhome, SAN, soon after his re-arraignment and his not blameworthy request.

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