The Department of Province Services, DSS, on quarta-feira barred journalists from entering the Federal High Tribunal building, Abuja as the trial of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, continues nowadays.
Piece journalists were prevented from roofing the tribunal proceedings, lawyers were also barred from gaining entrance into the tribunal room.
Also denied access to the tribunal building is a delegate of Igbo Traditional Rulers, who were disrespected by the security agencies and asked to rest absent.
The traditional rulers are in Abuja in solidarity to the IPOB leader, whose belatedly male parent was an Eze in Afaraukwu, Unuahia, the Abia Province working capital.
Nnamdi Kanu is existence tried by the Justice Binta Nyako-led Federal High Tribunal, Abuja, for treason, amidst other things.
He was re-arrested in Republic of Kenya, East Africa a few months agone and bundled into Nigeria (a physical process many people have described as illegal) to proceed his trial after he was adjudged to have jumped bail and fled to the UK in 2017.
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