Aloy Ejimakor, Exceptional Guidance to Nnamdi Kanu, the head of the Indigenous People of Biafra, has responded to a case by President Muhamamdu Buhari that the secessionist bunch is behind vandalisation of oil pipelines in the oil-rich Niger Delta district.
Buhari made this claim on Thursday during a respective gathering with the English Top state leader, Boris Johnson on the sideline of the 26th Ward Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Kigali, Rwanda.
In a comparable turn of events, the Nigerian president has precluded the possibility of a political arrangement or bail choice for the kept IPOB pioneer as he refered to a case that Kanu bounced bail in 2017.
In a response to Buhari’s standpoint, Ejimakor took to his Twitter handle aloy ejimakor @AloyEjimakor on Friday morning to say that every one of the allegations are false.
Ejimakor expressed, “RIGHT OF Answer:
In the beyond couple of days, the President has made IPOB and Nnamdi Kanu his principal business, saying that:
IPOB explodes pipelines: false!
MNK bounced bail: false! Umuahia court settled it.
The world ought to proclaim IPOB a fear bunch: It will not work out! It’s not!”
Additionally, Kanu’s lead legal counselor, Ifeanyi Ejiofor denounced the allegation by the Nigerian president that the rebel chief bounced bail “is thoughtless, wicked, completely bogus in character and in satisfied, walker, and affirms by and by, the dug in scorn, enmity, and hatred this endlessly disruptive and hardliner President has for individuals of the Igbo race.”
Ejiofor inquired as to whether Buhari’s assertion was a projection of what’s in store in the following Kanu’s appearance in court.
The legal counselor expressed this in an explanation made accessible to Vanguard on Friday.
The assertion somewhat peruses, “Each sensible and honest individual who knows the situation that unfolded at Afarukwu Ibeku, Umuahia, between the tenth and fourteenth of September, 2017, should be frightened that the Leader of Nigeria can stand to make this kind of assertion.
“For the President to make this sort of misleading and biased assertion about seven days to the conveyance of a saved Decision on a basic application to save the Request denying the bail of ONYENDU Mazi Nnamdi KANU, welcomed for his sake and forthcoming at the Government High Court, Abuja, talks volume.
“What truly was the raison d’ etre for the assertion? Is it a hidden admonition to the court? Does it seize an all around settled position? Will the result of this critical application be simply a done deal? Is the assertion a guess of what might come to pass in court on the 28th of June, 2022? Is there a nexus between this assertion and a definitive choice that could eventuate on the application?
Kanu was at first kept and charged in court, yet he escaped the country in 2017 after he was allowed bail for clinical reasons, following an assault at his farm house by security powers which prompted a few losses.”
In any case, Ejimakor has kept up with that his client never hopped bail attributable to the decision of Equity Benson Anya of Abia State High Court judgment of January 19, 2022, on the key freedoms.
“From late 2017, I had kept up with that Kanu never bounced bail and that he will, at the appropriate time, demonstrate that it was the National Government that constrained him to escape the country. This was the material issue under the watchful eye of the Abia court and it won,” Ejimakor had said.