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Friday, 28 April 2017

Nnamdi Kanu fulfills bail conditions

The Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, today, fulfilled the bail conditions granted him by the Federal High Court, Abuja.

Nnamdi Kanu had been ordered by Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court in Abuja to provide three sureties, consisting of a serving Senator, a Jewish religious leader and a traditional leader from the South-East. Each of the sureties is to provide N100 million bond and must own a landed property in Abuja.

On Friday, the bail conditions were met as the Chairman, South East Senate caucus and former Deputy Governor of Abia State, Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe, a Jewish High Priest, Immanuu-El Shalom Okabemadu and a Chartered Accountant residing in Abuja, Tochukwu Uchendu, were all present to stand as sureties. The Rabbi was flown into Abuja from Port Harcourt.

Justice Binta Nyako had earlier said that Kanu's bail will be revoked if he flounts any of the orders in his bail condition, one of which states that he is not to be in a gathering of more than 10 people.

33 comments:

Alloy Chikezie said...

Thank goodness he'll go back to his family.

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Anonymous said...

Yayyyyy 🙌

DFC anonymous said...

Good1 whether they like it or not the struggle for Biafra independence must continue

Anonymous said...

When u r big ur Mighty,when ur small ur tiny

caroline said...

It's alright

Hrm paul said...

shame don catch the bad peopel shame don catch the judge catch buhari dem forget say ibos get moni bag i hear say even E moni odogwu and some ballers wanted to front the money God pASS THEM

tunji said...

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Uv David said...

Congratulations Mazi Kanu. I urge my igbo brothers to however allow room for dialog because i think we are better together....

joyous baba,LindaIkeji First cousin said...

thank God o, at last.

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Good for him


... Merited happiness

Anonymous said...

Ndi ara Ndi ara! Hahahahaha! Try igbos and you meet your downfall. Your days in service are numbered justice binta dog. Go and tell those you are working for. You people will all die on this case.

daniel ubong said...

So fast, that's good.

Visionary said...

Oh good!...and a Nigerian rabbi, hmmmn...Interesting!

Anonymous said...

Thank God. The God of the Jews.

livingstone chibuike said...

gud news

Okowright Balaxy said...

The condition of not granting interview, not be in a company of more than 10 persons is silly. Maybe he will not even be with his family

Pretty woman friend said...

I'M nt ibo, but am so so glad to hear ds. Congrats, mr kanu, u shall be vindicated@ @ last.

Yinx said...

So this man get people in the shadow that backs him up monetarily

Kiki Africana said...

Becos Buhari has said bye?

Ogechi Nwafor said...

Wow! So happy for him finally he will return to his family

Anonymous said...

Now that your leader is free I expect to see all Igbos all over Nigeria, sell their shop and properties and relocate to their Biafra to stay. Time for you folks to develop your Biafra land and actualize your dream abi?

Once you all do that Nigeria's image would be cleaned up. Nigerians would no longer be known as drug carriers, that title would pass over to Biafrans. Kidnapping would reduce drastically in Nigeria. Fake goods would reduce in Nigerian markets.

Pls let's all support them so they can go and leave Nigeria alone for decent people. Biafra the landlocked 5 Igbo states. We (Nigerians) would allow you dredge the Niger to the sea so you can use it as your sea route.

Anonymous said...

Keep shut. We are worse together. What do you know?

Anonymous said...

Because Buhari will die pursuing this case and will not live to witness the coming of the biggest country in Africa. All hail BIAFRA

Anonymous said...

All hail Biafra. Don't joke with Igbo's when it comes to money. Biafra is the next big thing in Africa

Vivian Reginalds said...

chai
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

PRECIOUS PRECIOUS said...

God this Kanu is too much

Adieze Onyekachi said...

Igbo nwere mmadu hooha!

Anonymous said...

U lazy thing! Can you stay without igbos? Can you work and feed your family? You only depend on igbo for your daily bread. Idiot

Anonymous said...

Yep.. Time for you all to leave Yoruba land and go and develop your Igbo land. We will pay you for your grand buildings in Lagos... Please just go abeg. ... Since that's what you desire

Anonymous said...

Anonymous 28 April 2017 at 22:25. Go and pay for your dilapidated one room first b4 saving money to buy Biafra citizen's properties. Gorilla!

Anonymous said...

Igbos are not poor. The 300 million bail has been provided.

Eze King said...

Mr Anonymous ur comments are tribalist and not what a fellow Nigerian should utter.Cessation has its history all around the world so there is nothing wrong with an ethnic group asking for its independence. I am of Igbo decent but do not share d vision of my fellow nwafors as I still belive there is more we stand to gain being united than independent. Biafra is not an Ibo issue, Biafra is a state of the mind issue.

Anita Nwofor said...

Igbokwenu! Kwezuonu!!!
Money baggers.....
Any other condition?
Bring it on, we are game for live.....

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