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Asking Someone Who Has Been In Detention To Go Back To Civil Suit Is Concerning To Me – According to Ananaba




Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Paul Ananaba, discussed the legal issues surrounding the case of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), in a recent interview on Channels Television. Mr. Ananaba underlined the Supreme Court’s jurisdiction to contemplate giving Nnamdi Kanu bail subject to particular restrictions while his trial proceeds.

Delving into the intricacies of the legal framework, Mr. Ananaba raised a point of concern regarding the duration of Nnamdi Kanu’s detention. Despite the extended period of incarceration, there is a notable shift in the nature of the case, reverting to a civil suit while Kanu remains in custody and this is concerning according to him.

In his own words as seen on Channels Television tonight…

“Now asking a person who has been in detention for quite some time and whose detention has been causing some discomfort to go back to a civil suit whilst in detention is concerning to me. I believe that the Supreme Court have all the powers to take the any decision in the best interest of the country, but my expectations was that having found that the way the arrest was done wasn’t approved by the Supreme Court, having found that the invasion of Nnamdi Kanu’s residence wasn’t acceptable, I had expected that yes, Kanu should stand his trial but the court also has the powers to grant him bail on certain conditions.”...PROCEED.FULL.READING>>>

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