IPOB: Despite court order, DSS refused to allow Nnamdi Kanu change clothe, says Lawyer


Ifeanyi Ejiofor, the IPOB leader's lawyer, has reported that the Department of State Services (DSS) does not allow the IPOB leader to change his clothes.

Kanu's legal team paid him a visit at the Department of State Services headquarters in Abuja on Wednesday, prompting him to file the lawsuit.

This, according to the counsel, was in violation of Justice Binta Nyako's judgment of Tuesday, January 18, 2022, which directed DSS to allow Nnamdi Kanu to change his clothes.

Ejiofor said, "Though, for reasons we were not told, the officials of the DSS rejected for the umpteenth time, the change of clothes brought for him.

"We, however, protested against this obvious violation of court order, and insisted on seeing the Head of the appropriate department to lodge our complaint, but Onyendu advised that we should take up the infractions at the appropriate forum in view of the fact that a positive order of the court was flouted.

"Also, forming part of our demand for explanations is the fact that some other guests that visited Onyendu were not hitherto cleared. 

"Onyendu still insisted that this obvious infraction should be addressed at the appropriate forum because it constitutes a violation of the positive order of the court.

"The visit proceeded smoothly and personal notes were taken of Onyendu’s erudite views/contributions towards a successful outing come 16th day of February, 2021."

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