The Court of Appeal in Abuja, has halted the execution of its own judgment which faulted the rendition of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu from Kenya to Nigeria and also set aside the terrorism charges against him.
The presiding Judge, Justice Haruna Tsanami in a ruling on Friday, upheld the application of the Federal Government and ordered that the execution of the judgment be put on hold.
CEOAFRICA has reported that the Federal Government had applied for the execution of the judgment to be suspended pending the resolution of its appeal lodged at the Supreme Court.
Justice Tsanami in the briefing ruling held that the counter affidavit filed against the Federal Government’s application by Kanu’s legal team is misleading.
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