Nnamdi Kanu in court, surrounded by armed guards


Nnamdi Kanu, the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has arrived at the Abuja Division of the Federal High Court, where he will stand trial on terrorism and treasonable felony charges.

Although his image could not be obtained, he was believed to be among a convoy of about six vehicles driven into the court premises by Department of State Service operatives around 8 a.m. on Thursday (DSS).

A black Prado jeep led the convoy, which included two Hilux, two buses, and two more Hilux.

Prior to his arrival, security personnel from the DSS, Nigerian Army, Police, and the NSCDC had cordoned off all entrances leading to the Federal High Court headquarters in Abuja.

Even Federal High Court employees had to disembark from their staff bus to be screened before being allowed to enter.

Recall that, In 2016, Nnamdi Kanu was arraigned along with four others on a six-count criminal trial charge bordering on alleged terrorism and treasonable felony.


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