Nnamdi Kanu:”They Came To Kenya To Kidnap Me, Brought Me Back To This Country And Sought To Try Me”

Nnamdi Kanu:"They Came To Kenya To Kidnap Me, Brought Me Back To This Country And Sought To Try Me"Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the outlawed Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (IPOB), has declared that his trial in Nigeria would be unlawful. Recall that Nnamdi Kanu was taken into custody and extradited to Nigeria to stand trial on allegations that verged on treason and terrorism. In the last few years, the case has lingered in court. Speaking in court on Monday following a hearing to consider his bail plea, Kanu stated that he cannot be tried by any Nigerian court.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

According to the report by Channels Television, the IPOB leader said that the Nigerian government came to Kenya to “kidnap” him and brought him to Nigeria, and added that any court that continues to try him is committing an act of terrorism.

Speaking further, he said that the court cannot violate a treaty that Nigeria entered.

He said, “You cannot violate a treaty that Nigeria entered into. You entered my house and then came to try me, that is not done anywhere in the world, so you must be aware that that is where there are all these ridiculous delays, that is what the Supreme Court says.”

He said that his house was raided by people who came to kill him and that he managed to escape. He added that he did not jump bail.

He said, “I did not jump bail, my home was invaded, they came to kill me and I survived.

“They came to Kenya to kidnap me, brought me back to this country and sought to try me, which the law says cannot happen. You cannot violate a treaty that was entered into and then hope to stand on that illegality to conduct a trial.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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