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The lead Counsel to the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Ifeanyi Ejiofor has said the detained IPOB leader, Nnamdi Kanu, will appear next in court on May 18, 2022 at the Federal High Court, Abuja.

This was disclosed to newsmen in Owerri by Ejiofor, after the IPOB legal team had visited Kanu at the Department of State Services (DSS) in Abuja, last Monday.

The IPOB legal team described the interactions during the visit as fruitful and quite incisive, impacting positively on all dimensions of the IPOB leader’s case.

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Ejiofor who spoke on behalf of the team said “Onyendu is very firm in his conviction and unshaken in his resolve for a better tomorrow for UmuChineke. He reiterated the fact that UmuChineke must remain vigilant now more than ever, and he advised everyone to be conscious of their engagements. He was very emphatic about being focused and never derailing. As usual, Onyendu expresses his profound gratitude to you all, UmuChineke for remaining strong in your solidarity, unshaken faith, and seemingly resolute.

“Onyendu is particularly enthused about the peaceful conduct of UmuChineke, and consequently, encourages you all to keep it up, and be assured that at the end of the tunnel, there must be light.

“Details of our other engagement with contends may not be made public because our adversaries are all over the place trying to sniff for information on our strategies, but we cannot avail them. May we remind UmuChineke, that your prayers are most compelling now, such devotion is not taken for granted.

The next Court date is the 18th of May, 2022, keep it in your prayers and your mind,” he said.

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