Nnamdi Kanu:”Anybody Standing Trial or Coming to Try Me is a Terrorist; That’s What the Law Says”

Nnamdi Kanu:"Anybody Standing Trial or Coming to Try Me is a Terrorist; That's What the Law Says"

Nnamdi Kanu, a British-Nigerian political activist, made a daring statement about his legal status in Nigeria in a video that Channels Television released. Kanu said that no Nigerian court could try him because of the country’s legal system. He made special reference to Terrorism Prevention and Prohibition Act Section 2, Subsection 3F, implying that anyone attempting to prosecute him would be considered a terrorist under this statute. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

Kanu further claimed that any court proceeding against him would be an act of terrorism in itself. He insisted that this legal provision is clear and unequivocal, underscoring his belief that he is protected from prosecution under Nigerian law.

According to him, “I can never be tried in any court of law in Nigeria. That’s what the law says. Anybody standing trial or coming to try me is a terrorist. That’s what the law says. Section 2 subsection 3F of the Terrorism Prevention and Prohibition Act—that’s what it says. Any court proceeding to try me is committing an act of terrorism. Very clear.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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