DSS Explains why Nnamdi Kanu Wore the Same ‘it was white’ Fendi Dress to Court – Says he Cannot Wear Isiagu Attire

DSS Explains why Nnamdi Kanu Wore the Same it was white Fendi Dress to Court

The Department of State Services, DSS has explained why detained Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of IPOB appeared before Justice Binta Nyako of the Abuja federal high court, wearing the same ‘it was white’ Fendi dress to court despite orders to have him have a change of clothe.

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DSS made their after Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s lead counsel, Mike Ozekhome, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, drew the trial judge, Binta Nyako’s attention, that his client still appeared in court in same dress.

 

 

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Counsel to DSS said that Nnamdi Kanu was denied a change of cloth, because the clothes that were brought for the defendant had lion’s head embroiled on them and this “offend the standard operating procedures”. He said;

 

“My Lord, clothes that were brought for the defendant had lion’s head embroiled on them, and the defendant (Mr Kanu) can’t wear clothes with a lion’s head. “Cothes with lion’s head offend the standard operating procedures”

 

 

It was also gathered that Kanu insisted on wearing the Igbo ethnic attire which carries an insignia of a lion’s

 

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