Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, and director of Biafra radio, Nnamdi Kanu, was at the Federal High Court Abuja this morning where hearing on the treasonable charges filed against him by the Federal government continued.
A mild drama took place when he arrived the court premises and refused Prison officials to remove his handcuffs, insisting on having it on during court proceedings. It took the intervention of his lead counsel, Chuks Muoma, to persuade him to allow the prison officers remove the handcuffs. The presiding judge, Justice John Tsoho denied Kalu’s application for his International passports (British and Nigerian) to be released to him. Continue to see more photos