Nnamdi Kanu’s Lawyer, Alloy Ejimakor Lists 7 Issues The High Court Will Judge On Kanu’s Next Trial

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Special Counsel to IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, has highlighted issues that he has filed on behalf of his client for the high court to judge during the next trial.

Nnamdi Kanu’s special adviser and head lawyer, Aloy Ejimakor, said in a statement that the high court of Abia state will look into his client’s fundamental rights suite on the 19th of January, 2022.

His statement said that Justice Benson Anya of the Abia state high court had heard and concluded the suit on merit on the 10th of December, 2021.

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Aloy Ejimakor had filed the case along with other cases on the 27th of August, 2021.

These are the things he asked the court to do on behalf of Nnamdi Kanu:

  1. A Declaration that the military invasion of Kanu’s home in Abia State in September 2017 by the Nigeria Federal government is illegal, unlawful, and does not follow the constitution and amounts to an infringement of his fundamental rights to life, dignity of his client, his personal freedom, and fair hearing as guaranteed under the Nigeria Constitution and the African Charter on Human and People’s rights.
  2. A declaration that the arrest of Kanu in Kenya by agents of the Nigerian government without due process of law is illegal, does not make sense, does not follow the constitution, is unlawful and amounts to an infringement of his fundamental rights against any arrest to his personal freedom and to fair hearing as guaranteed under the Nigerian constitution and the African charter on human and people’s rights.
  3. A declaration that the torture and detention of Kanu in Kenya by agents of the Nigerian Federal government is illegal, unlawful, does not follow the constitution and amounts to going against his fundamental rights against torture and to fair hearing, as guaranteed under the Nigerian constitution and the African charter on human and people’s rights.
  4. Nnamdi Kanu’s transfer from Kenya to Nigeria by the Federal Republic of Nigeria and later detention and prosecution for charge No: FHC/ABJ/CR/383/2015 (Federal Republic of Nigeria v. Kanu) is illegal, unlawful, does not follow the Nigerian constitution and amounts to going against his fundamental rights against unlawful expulsion and detention, and to fair hearing, as guaranteed under the Nigeria constitution and the African charter on human and people’s rights.
  5. An Order of injunction to stop the Nigerian Federal government from taking any further steps concerning the prosecution of Kanu for charge No. FHC/ABJ/CR/383/2015 (Federal Republic of Nigeria v. Nnamdi Kanu) pursuant to his unlawful expulsion from Kenya to Nigeria.
  6. An Order to instruct and force the Nigerian Federal government to immediately release Kanu from detention and to give him back his freedom, just as he was as of June 19th, 2021; and to thereupon send him back to Britain, which is his country where he lives and is a citizen.
  7. An Order to instruct and force the Nigerian Federal government to issue an official Letter of Apology to Kanu for going against his fundamental rights and the publication of this Letter of Apology to three (3) national dailies.
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