Nnamdi Kanu's case was today adjourned till 26th to 29th September owing to the absence of the lead prosecution counsel in court.

Buhari in collaboration with the court  is intentionally delaying Kanu's trial. There are glaring indications that the prosecution and the court headed by Justice John Tsoho are working together to stall the process in order to reduce the tension on the case and deny Nnamdi Kanu justice, or perhaps to keep Kanu in prison against his human right till Buhari's tenure is over.

However, the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu and two other pro-Biafra agitators, David Nwawusi and Benjamin Madubugwu, have dragged, Justice John Tsoho, the  judge handling their trial, before the National Judicial Council, NJC on the grounds of “misconduct and manifest bias”.

In the petition dated April 26 accompanied by a verifying affidavit on oath, dated May 24, the defendants, asked Justice Tsoho to temporarily hands-off their case.
They filed the motion on a day the Federal Government maintained that its witnesses who were to appear before the court masked or shielded were in court and ready to testify against Kanu and his co-accused persons.

Written by Ken Pat
Published by Uchechi Collins
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