DSS Stopped Entrance into the Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Court Trial

At the court trial of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra  which was held in a federal high court today in Abuja, dignitaries, elder statesmen, men and women of the press and the general public were refused entrance into the court premises.

 
 

The only people who were allowed entrance into the court was few key individuals including Nnamdi Kanu lead counsel Mazi Ifeanyi Ejifor.

 
 

Also Read:  Nnamdi Kanu Pleads ‘not guilty’ to 7-count Charge of Treason and Terrorism

 

In a shot clip was went viral, a barrister was seen on live pictures saying that the arm wielding DSS officers threatened to beat or even shoot him if he kept pressing to be allowed entrance into the court premises.

 
 

Dr. Chukwuemeka Ezeife, a.ka. Okwadike, (83 years) who is an Elderstatesman and also a former governor in one of the states in Nigeria, was also denied entrance in the court of law. He was left standing under the sun for hours, there are no official photos of videos of the trails released by official channels of news agencies, besides cellphone selfies captured by individuals and volunteers.

 
 

Also Read: Federal High Court Remands Nnamdi Kanu in DSS Custody, till November 10

 
 

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