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The court has lifted the ban on IPOB, and FG to compensate Nnamdi Kanu with 8 billion Naira as restitution.

In a recent court ruling, the ban on IPOB has been overturned, and the Federal Government, as well as South-East Governors, has been ordered to pay 8 billion Naira in damages to Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the pro-Biafra group.

They are required to issue a public apology through newspaper publications.

After IPOB’s proscription in 2017, challenged by Nnamdi Kanu, the court declared it illegal and a violation of his rights.

The court sided with Kanu, deeming the proscription unconstitutional and illegal. The court’s judgment has been seen as a victory for justice.

In a separate development, the Minister of State for Steel Development, Maigari Ahmadu, has stated the government’s intent to revitalize the steel sector to boost the economy and employment opportunities.

This was mentioned during his visit to Anambra State, known for its industrial potential, ban .

The minister expressed optimism about developing skills acquisition and collaboration between federal and state governments. Governor Chukwuma Soludo commended this effort, emphasizing the government’s commitment to harnessing the country’s potential.

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