Nnamdi Kanu: Court Orders Nigeria Government To Pay IPOB Leader N1B For Violation Of His Right

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Federal High Court in Umuahia, Abia State, on Wednesday ordered the Federal Government of Nigeria to pay the sum of N1 billion to Nnamdi Kanu, for violating the rights of the Biafra agitator.

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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu

In a suit filed through his counsel, Aloy Ejimakorm, against Abubakar Malami, Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF), the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) accused the government of allegedly violating his fundamental human rights.

Joined in the suit with the AGF was the DSS director-general.

Other respondents include the Federal Government of Nigeria (first), chief of army staff (third), inspector-general of police (fifth), and three others.Amongst other reliefs sought in the suit marked HIH/FR14/2021, Kanu asked the court to compel the respondents to pay him N5 billion in damages as monetary compensation for the “physical, mental, emotional, psychological and other damages” suffered as a result of the alleged infringement on his fundamental rights.

Nnamdi Kanu Lawyers

He also sought damages for the invasion of his father’s house on September 10, 2017, by the military.Delivering judgment on Wednesday, Benson Anya, the judge, described the invasion of Kanu’s Afaraukwu residence as notorious and brazen.

He also ordered the Federal Government to issue a public apology to Kanu in three national dailies and advised that a political resolution be adopted in resolving Kanu’s case.


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