Nnamdi Kanu’s Release Restricts Movement In Abuja

The unusual traffic in Abuja today, has been caused by the bail granted by the Federal High court in Abuja to the IPOB Indigenous People of Biafra leader NNamdi Kanu. The serious traffic is On the Abia House Junction at Ahmadu Bello way in Abuja, where there is heavy gridlock on the road. Many Nigerians parked their cars…”
Uju Nobei
April 25, 2017 7:08 pm

The unusual traffic in Abuja today, has been caused by the bail granted by the Federal High court in Abuja to the IPOB Indigenous People of Biafra leader NNamdi Kanu.

The serious traffic is On the Abia House Junction at Ahmadu Bello way in Abuja, where there is heavy gridlock on the road.

Many Nigerians parked their cars by the roadside to rejoice with some Biafra supporters who had just come out from the court premises.

Many Nigerians parked their cars by the roadside to rejoice with some Biafra supporters who had just come out from the court premises.

The motorists were heard shouting: “Biafra is here!, Bye bye Nigeria!”

Recall that the IPOB leader was granted bail by Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court in Abuja.

Justice Nyako in her ruling ordered that the IPOB be granted bail. Nyako also ordered the IPOB leader provide three sureties with a bond of N100 million each.

The sureties, the court said will be one of a Jewish religious leader, traditional leaders and a serving senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

The governor of Ekiti state and the former minister of aviation Ayodele Fayose and Osita Chidoka were in court in solidarity with the IPOB leaders today, April 25. Also, the former minister of aviation Femi Fani-Kayode and his wife Precious alongside their security guards were barred from accessing the courtroom in solidarity with Kanu.

The governor of Ekiti state and the former minister of aviation Ayodele Fayose and Osita Chidoka were in court in solidarity with the IPOB leaders today, April 25. Also, the former minister of aviation Femi Fani-Kayode and his wife Precious alongside their security guards were barred from accessing the courtroom in solidarity with Kanu.

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