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COURT APPEAL ON PROSCRIPTION OF IPOB ADJOURNED

The three-member Court of Appeal Justices were absent to hear the appeal against the proscription of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and the separatist group’s Special Counsel, Barrister Aloy Ejimakor’s motion for leave to join IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, as a beneficial party in the plea.

It was gathered that subsequently, the case was adjourned by the Abuja court to March 7, 2023.

Following the adjournment on Wednesday morning, Ejimakor expressed his displeasure, saying it “is unacceptable”.

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Since September 2017, IPOB has been outlawed as a terrorist group by the Nigerian government. But IPOB lawyers continue to contest this tag, as they claim the pro-Biafra group led by detained Kanu, is non-violent.

 

 

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