Why We Won’t Grant Nnamdi Kanu Bail – President Buhari
President of Nigeria, General Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) has said that Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the proscribed Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), jumping bail during his first arrest some few years ago is discouraging authorities from considering another bail option for him. POLITICS NIGERIA reports. Information Guide Nigeria
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Buhari, in a statement presented yesterday by Femi Adesina, his Special Adviser, Media and Publicity, said the Nigerian-British was being given every opportunity under the law “to justify all the uncomplimentary things he had been saying against Nigeria in Britain.”
“He felt very safe in Britain and said awful things against Nigeria. We eventually got him when he stepped out of the United Kingdom, and we sent him to court”. jamb results
“Let him defend all that he has said there. His lawyers have access to him. Remember he jumped bail before, how are we sure he won’t do it again if he’s admitted to bail?” Buhari said.
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