Sunday, May 19, 2024
HomeNewsKenya - Free Nnamdi Kanu; you've violated your laws

Kenya – Free Nnamdi Kanu; you’ve violated your laws

Free Nnamdi Kanu; The situation described in your message pertains to the detention of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), who has been a figure in a legal and diplomatic dispute between Nigeria, Kenya, and the United Kingdom.

Aloy Ejimakor, who is Mr. Kanu’s Special Counsel, has argued that both Nigeria and Kenya violated their own laws and international treaties related to the repatriation of an accused person to face prosecution in his own country. According to Ejimakor, the procedures for repatriation, as provided by the law, were not followed in Kanu’s case. He contends that the only option is to release Kanu unconditionally.

Abuja Appeal Court orders Kanu’s immediate release, suggests return to Kenya or UK, alleging abduction from Kenya.

Court faults Kanu’s extradition to Nigeria, citing breach of international protocols, recommends compensation for violation of his human rights.

Abia High Court condemns September 17 military raid on Kanu’s compound, urges apology from Federal Government and involved security agencies.

UK sets deadline for Nigeria to release Kanu unconditionally, proposing punishment for officials involved in his ordeal.

Supreme Court to decide appeal against Appeal Court’s judgment on Kanu on December 15, marking a pivotal legal milestone.

The situation is highly complex, involving legal, diplomatic, and human rights aspects, and it has garnered international attention.

Resolution hinges on courts, governments, and adherence to international law and human rights standards.

See also  ASUU Commences Indefinite Strike at UniAbuja


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Most Popular

Recent Comments