Why Kanu’s Corpse Is Not Released For Burial —Judge
An Ikeja High Court Justice in Lagos, Justice Christopher Balogun on Monday disclosed the reason he passed an order that Rear Admiral Ndubuisi Kanu (retd) corpse should not be released to his family for burial.
Kanu was a military administrator of Lagos and Imo states respectively. Information Guide Nigeria
As reported by NIGERIAN TRIBUNE, the judge had passed an order at the hearing of the suit filed by one of the wives of the deceased, Mrs Gladys Kanu, against the children of the deceased.
The plaintiff is seeking an order from the court to direct the respondents not to threaten her and to allow her organise the burial scheduled on Friday, October 15, 2021.
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The respondents to the suit are: Kelly Kanu, the Nigerian Navy, Simone Abiona (nee Kanu), Andrey Joe-Ezigbo (nee Kanu), Paul Ndidiamaka Kanu, and Karen Johnson (nee Kanu). Others are Jeffery Kanu, Laura Kanu, Stephen Kanu, and Josephine Ndubuisi Kanu (wife). jamb results
The judge said that he passed the order to protect the deceased from being tampered with till the slated day for burial.
In his words: “It is for the protection of the body itself so that no one goes to tamper with that body which is to be buried this Saturday.
“There is not going to be any change of date of that burial, but we are protecting the body.
“That is the only order I gave so that there will be no intermeddlers and interlopers going to the Nigerian Navy and saying they were told to come and collect the body and we do not see the body of our dear ex-military administrator any longer.
“It is a Protective Order. I also said that if this controversy lingers and there is no proper cohesion among the lawyers to the parties, it will cause some confusion in Abia State on the date of the burial.”
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