Amid his oppressors, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB has remained resolute despite the perpetual downplay on his fundamental human rights. Meanwhile, at the dawn of his first arrest and incarceration on October 17, 2015, in Lagos by the SSS, Mazi Kanu had an indelible mark following his trials.
He was subsequently arraigned before a court in 2015. It was, however, in one of the epic sittings for the hearing of his case at the Federal High Court, Abuja that Kanu who is fondly addressed as Ohamadike Ndigbo burst into rages and absolute bitterness over what he perceived as a breach of one’s fundamental human rights.
Kanu’s legal team was begging him to calm down but to no avail as he continued to say that he could defend himself against the Nigerian Government. He further stated that no court would condone a Secret Trial of his case while announcing his intellectual capability over the Buhari-led administration.
“Buhari can not jail me. I’m more intelligent than they are. They want to carry out a secret trial…” Kanu rages in anger.
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