Lead representative Okezie Ikpeazu of Abia State has portrayed Nnamdi Kanu, head of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, as his resident, whom he thinks often about.
To this end, Ikpeazu said Kanu should not be treated as a convict.
He, in any case, pushed that the right technique be continued in attempting Kanu and guaranteeing equity in his matter.
“I view Nnamdi Kanu as my resident however not as head of IPOB in light of the fact that I am the lead representative. I’m ready to draw in to determine the issue. I care about his government assistance and I care that he ought to be attempted in an equitable and reasonable manner.
“I’m glad that they need to carry equity to bear by taking a gander at the charges against him and attempting him all good yet I would not need him to be treated as though he was a convict when he has not been indicted.
“Not until in any case, he is as yet my resident and as his dad, it benefits on us to really focus on him after all the extravagant child had a dad,” he told The Sun.
Kanu is secured by the Department of State Services, DSS, following his rearrest in Kenya.
The IPOB pioneer is relied upon to show up before Justice Binta Nyako-drove Abuja Federal High Court on October 21 to proceed with his preliminary.
Equity Nyako had first conceded him bail in 2017 however he hopped it and escaped abroad.
In any case, Kanu clarified that he escaped Nigeria since his life was at serious risk.