Security blocks court premises as Nnamdi Kanu resumes Trial

Security blocks court premises as Nnamdi Kanu resumes Trial

News reaching us this morning states that security agents are asking for clearance before they allow anybody move closer to court premises – Security blocks court premises as Nnamdi Kanu resumes Trial

The Federal High Court Abuja, security operatives have blocked all roads leading to the court premises and this makes it difficult for anyone to gain easy access to the court.

From our findings, the court premises is heavily flooded with security operatives as the leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB) is expected to appear in court today, before the justice Binta Nyako, in order to resume the 15 court charged against him leveled by the Government of Nigeria.

From reports, the DSS (Department of State service) and the Police have barricaded roads to tighten security at the federal high court, Abuja.

A source around the court revealed,

“There is road blockage from down the road and people entering the court must posses a clearance before they are allowed to enter the Federal High Court.”

The previous court case in December 2021 also experienced a large, tight security presence.

 

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