IPOB Trial: Court grants bail to Kanu’s co-defendants with stringent conditions

ABUJA— A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja Monday, granted bail to four detained members of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, standing trial alongside their leader, Nnamdi Kanu, on treasonable felony charges. Trial Justice Binta Nyako while delivering ruling on the bail applications held that there was no objection filed by the Prosecution in respect…

IPOB: THE WORLD’S COMPLICIT SILENCE OVER NNAMDI KANU’S CAPTIVITY IS A PRELUDE TO ARMED CONFLICT

Every indication arising from the deafening silence of the world over the callous activities of the Nigerian army in the event of 14th September 2017, is suggestive of complicity by the International community. On that fateful day, a battalion of Nigerian army, backed by tanks and aerial surveillance, under presidential instructions, invaded the palace of…