Mazi Kanu’s $800m Suit: Lawyer Lampoons ECOWAS Court, Threatens To Quit Suit Over Nonstop Adjournments

  ABUJA – The ECOWAS Community Court of Justice, sitting in Abuja, has for the umpteenth time adjourned ruling into the fundamental enforcement rights suit filed against the Nigerian government by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu. The suit filed since March 2016, has suffered series of setbacks owing to numerous…

Court Of Appeal Panel That Witnessed This Matter In March 2017, Must Deliver Its Original Judgment, Missing File Or No Missing File

  We the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) worldwide note with dismay the increasing slide of the Nigerian judiciary into the abyss of perversion of the course of justice and criminal conspiracy in matters relating to our great movement at the various law courts up and down the country. The latest installment in this judicial…

UNTRIED PRO-BIAFRA DETAINEES MUST NOT DIE IN NIGERIA’S GOVERNMENT CUSTODY – INTERSOCIETY

  (Onitsha Nigeria, 10th February 2018)-Int’l Society for Civil Liberties & the Rule of Law is calling on Nigeria’s central Government of Retired Major Gen Muhammadu Buhari to ensure that 87 pro Biafra detainees held untried in various prisons and detention facilities in Southeast and South-south Nigeria including those of its secret police do not…