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IPOB leader: Nnamdi Kanu strong in spirit, says lawyer

“Onyendu is very much strong in spirit and firm in his convictions. You will see him soon.

Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra Nnamdi Kanu is fine and in strong spirits at the headquarters of the Department of State Services, his lead counsel, Ifeany Ejiofor, said on Thursday.

He said this in a statement titled, ‘Update on today’s (September 23 2021) visit to our indefatigable client – Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.’

“We implore you all to continue to pray for him even as you remain unshaken in your support and prayers, as you have always shown within the confines of the law.

“Onyendu is very much strong in spirit and firm in his convictions. You will see him soon.

“We shall continue to provide regular updates as event unfolds. Thank you all and remain blessed, Umuchineke”, Ejiofor said.

He continued, “I had an extensive interaction/chat with our indefatigable Client- Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu during our today’s routine visit to the National Headquarters of the Department of State Security Services.

“The strides so far recorded on our part is seemingly impressive though may remain unnoticed to undiscerning minds, and he welcomed every strategy being adopted by our team, as well as the coordinating efforts of all lawyers participating in this case, including those in diaspora.

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“He was also briefed on the inability of the Federal Government (FG) to file response to his fundamental rights suit pending before the Umuahia High Court. An action substantially challenging among others, the unlawful but bloody invasion of his home on September 14 2017 by the Nigerian security agencies.

“The FG’s reason(s) for avoiding the court, though not far fetched may not be unconnected to their inability to offer explanation on their monstrous and bloody invasion of Onyendu Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s residence on September 14 2017, wherein over 28 innocent civilians were murdered in cold blood by the invading Nigerian Soldiers, and properties worth billions of Naira consequently destroyed in the process.

“Thankfully, the world is paying deserving attention to the gross human rights violations as it affects our client, as well as the continued onslaught on unarmed civilians being labelled as members of IPOB.

“It is on record, that by the ruling of Justice Nyako delivered in 2017, His Lordship while ruling on our application, held that IPOB is not an unlawful organization. This ruling of the court was not appealed against, neither was it set aside by any superior court.

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“We are not relenting in our efforts to ensure that justice is done to our client, he will be freed and in no distant time, because he has committed no offence known to law. He is at best, a political prisoner. Nevertheless, victory will be ours in the end.

“Onyendu was very much overwhelmed to receive the report on the overwhelming solidarity and unwavering support so far shown by millions of his supporters. Peaceful conduct of his fans was also relayed to him and he encouraged all and sundry to be United in one peaceful solidarity.”

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