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Friday, August 18, 2017

Breaking: FG seeks Nnamdi Kanu be returned to prison

The Federal Government of Nigeria has approached a Federal High Court base in Abuja, Federal Capital Territory to recall a previous bail granted to Nnamdi Kanu who is the leader of the people agitating for the secession of the states of Biafra under the aegis of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). The Federal Government begged the court to order Kano be returned to prison.

The Federal Government is arguing that Nnamdi Kanu who was granted conditional bail on April 25th had not only breached the conditions attached to his bail, he is frequently disrupting public peace. Nnamdi Kanu was granted conditional bail on April 25th on health ground. He was then placed on condition not to be in a group of people more than ten at any point in time when in the public domain.

 However, the Federal Government is claiming that Kanu has violated the condition attached to his release by appearing in a group of people more than ten and he has been disrupting public peace threaten that elections would not hold in Anambra state if the Federal Government failed to hold a referendum for the Biafra secession before the election. 

Among conditions attached to Kanu's bail is that he should not appear in a crowd more than ten people; that he should not grant any interview or hold any rally; that he should file, in court, updates on his medical status every month. 

The Federal Government has, however, urged the court to dismiss his bail application and return Nnamdi Kanu to prison.  

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