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Nnamdi Kanu ‘Exposes’ Three Appeal Court Errors Before Supreme Court

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the imprisoned leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has petitioned the Supreme Court to order the Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government to free him in accordance with the Court of Appeal’s October 13 decision releasing him.

According to, the IPOB leader’s request is contained in the three-ground notice of cross-appeal he filed in the Federal Government’s appeal contesting the Appeal Court’s October 13 verdict freeing him.

The pro-Biafran activist requested that Nigeria’s Supreme Court overturn the Appeal Court’s decision “as it relates to issues two, three, and five formulated before the court.”

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Nnamdi Kanu’s lawyers also requested that the Supreme Court order the Buhari administration to free him from the custody of the Department of State Service (DSS), where he has been held since June 26, 2021.


He filed a notice of appeal, asking the Supreme Court to overturn the Court of Appeal’s October 28 judgement, which stayed the execution of its October 13 judgment.

In ground one, Nnamdi Kanu argued that the Appeal Court erred in law when it held that “the main purpose of a charge is to give the accused person a notice of the case against him and that is why the law is that an omission in a charge will only be fatal if it does not put an accused person on proper and sufficient notice of the case against him to enable him prepare adequately for his defence,” without due deference to the mandatory requirements of the laws which limit the criminal jurisdiction of the Federal High Court only to criminal offences committed within the jurisdiction of the court.

In ground two, he said that the Appeal Court erred in law when it held that “as long as the appeal against the proscription of IPOB has not been determined, the order of proscription is still valid and subsisting,” and thereby occasioned a miscarriage of justice.

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In ground three, Nnamdi Kanu argued that the Court of Appeal “erred in law when it held that it is only when evidence has been adduced by the prosecution in proof of its case and the proof of evidence is thus admitted in evidence, that the competency or otherwise of the proof of evidence/charge, can be attacked; and that as such, it was premature to make a pronouncement on the relative strength of proof of evidence before the commencement of trial, and thereby occasioned a miscarriage of justice.”


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