Thursday, May 11, 2023


The Supreme Court has once again dashed the hopes of Nnamdi Kanu's immediate release by adjourning the hearing in the suit filed by the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) until September 14. 

Kanu's lawyer had expressed optimism that his client would be released, but the court granted leave to the Federal Government to file nine new grounds of appeal on why Kanu should not be released from prison. 

 “IT IS THE D. DAY. May His Grace speak louder in today’s outing, so that in the end His Name, but no other Name shall take the Glory. May ChukwuOkike take perfect control of the affairs of the day . Iseeee! Iseeee!! Iseeee !!!!

Thank you all and remain blessed. We move,” Ejiofor wrote on Thursday morning.

The court had also adjourned the case on April 27, 2023, to May 11, 2023, and granted leave to the federal government to include the nine new grounds as part of its amended notice of appeal. 

Kanu's Special Counsel had urged the Supreme Court to ensure justice in the trial of his client immediately, but the court did not grant his request.

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