My Blood Taken By Unknown Doctor, Nnamdi Kanu Laments
Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, (IPOB), has dragged the Department of State Service (DSS), before a Federal High Court, in Abuja.
In the fresh suit filed by Maxwell Okpara, one of his lawyers, Kanu seeks enforcement of his fundamental human rights, just as the detained leader of IPOB also accused the operatives of the DSS of allowing an unknown doctor to take his blood more than 21 times. BLUE PRINTS reports.
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At a press conference held in Abuja yesterday, Kanu said that despite an order of the court at the last trial that he be allowed to change his cloth and practice his religion, DSS refused to carry out the order. jamb results
Opara said: “When I visited the DSS detention facility recently, the IPOB leader, complained that a particular doctor who appeared like a quack to him have been coming to extract his blood and has done so more than twenty one times”.
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