Aloy Ejimako, one of the counsels of the leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra, IPOB Nnamdi Kanu, has updated on next step taken against illegal abduction of his client.
According to Barrister Aloy Ejimako disclose this in a statement on Thursday via his twitter handle.
The lawyer said, in addition to the various legal, diplomatic and political battles for Nnamdi Kanu. I have today filed a complaint with the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR), asking it to hold Nigeria to its treaty obligations against Extraordinary Rendition.
He also said that the trial within trial has started in the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights.
Recall that the Nigerian government abducted Nnamdi Kanu in Kenya and repatriated the Biafra separatists back to Nigeria.
However, the British High Commission had offered to extended consular assistance to the fugitive.
Kanu who is a dual citizen of both British and Nigeria is currently being detained in the custody of the Nigerian secret police.
He has been scheduled to resume his trial on July 26 after jumping bail in 2017 to save his dear life during Nigerian military invasion of his compound that killed 28 persons including his dog named Jack.
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