Why DSS Failed To Produce Nnamdi Kanu In Court – Lawyer
The reason the Department of State Services, DSS, failed to present the Biafra agitator in court, according to Aloy Ejimakor, counsel to Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.
The failure of the Federal Government to produce Nnamdi Kanu in court, according to Ejimakor, was due to a lack of solid and reliable evidence.
According to sources monitored by iexclusivenews on DAILY POST in response to an inquiry about the motive behind DSS’ reluctance to prosecute Kanu,
According to the Nigerian government, the DSS was unable to deliver the IPOB leader due to logistical issues.
In light of this, the trial judge, Justice Binta Nyako, has postponed the case until October 2021.
However, according to Ejimakor, the Nigerian government did not change Kanu’s charges.
“They presented no reasonable excuse for Kanu’s absence from court, other than it is in their discretion,” he stated. The judge, however, disagreed, stating that “trial can never begin without the defendant being present.”
“They must also give Kanu’s lawyers access to him twice a week, according to the judge.
The hearing has been rescheduled until October 21.
In light of the court’s holiday, the judge stated that if any matter relating to the case arises during the vacation, he will address it.
We should bring it to her notice so that she can ask the Chief Judge for permission to allow us a hearing unless we don’t mind the vacation judge hearing us.
“The charges were not changed, contrary to expectations.”
When asked if Kanu’s disappearance was a ruse to keep him locked up permanently, Ejimakor responded, “If it is, it won’t succeed.” The government, in my opinion, lacks adequate and compelling evidence.”