File picture of Nnamdi Kanu in court docket
Legal professional Normal of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, SAN has welcomed the formation of a authorized workforce by Ohanaeze Ndigbo to observe the proceedings on the trial of the self-acclaimed IPOB chief, Nnamdi Kanu, a transfer which is consistent with the doctrine of the best of honest listening to rooted in Part 36 of the Structure of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
“Inherent within the place of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo on the matter was the demonstration of their recognition of belonging to Nigeria and succumbing to the rule of legislation whereas sustaining their stance that they weren’t averse to the trial of Nnamdi Kanu,” a communique by the AGF’s spokesman, Dr. Umar Jibrilu Gwandu reads partially.
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It additional famous that the group confirmed a mature departure from the mindset of the proscribed Indigenous Folks of Biafra (IPOB), and quoted the Ohanaeze as saying they “don’t help using any type of violence” whereas channeling issues and presenting calls for.
Based on Malami, by urging the youths to be law-abiding and sheath their sword in addition to asking them to attempt to get hold of voter’s card to allow them to contribute to nationwide growth, the place of Ohanaeze turns into obviously constitutional and commendable.
“Let or not it’s made abundantly clear that President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Authorities respects the rule of legislation and doesn’t advocate for the breach of legislation. Therefore, with or with out the so-called monitoring group, justice shall be adequately served to Nnamdi Kanu in compliance with the enshrined provisions of the legislation,” the minister’s communique additional reads.
The AGF stated he hoped that the pointless authorized monitoring group will include an open thoughts and be guided by nothing however the rule of legislation within the course of in order to convey the judgment of the Courtroom as could ultimately be delivered to their individuals in numerous languages and dialects of the members of the Ohanaeze Ndigbo communities and the whole Nigerians.