Nnamdi Kanu has argued not blameworthy to illegal intimidation charges brought against him by the national government on Wednesday.
The Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) denied submitting any of the 15-count psychological oppression charges brought against him by the Federal Government.
He made the disavowal when the charges were perused to him by the Registrar of the court, Mr A. O. Yahaya.
Following a shortfall of protest, the Federal High Court in Abuja requested that Kanu take his supplication in the 15 counts illegal intimidation charges brought against him.
Equity Binta Nyako gave the request following the solicitation of the Federal Government attorney, Mr Shuaib Labaran, and no protest by Chief Mike Ozekhome (SAN) representing Kanu.
In the interim, the Federal Government has affirmed that the Department of the State Service (DSS) has furnished Kanu with a muscular bedding, cushions, covers among others in consistence with the court request.
Labaran passed on the news to Justice Nyako at the resumption of Kanu’s arraignment.
Kanu’s lead attorney, Ozekhome showered encomiums on the DSS, adding that his customer will presently live and rest like an individual.
Equity Nyako has coordinated that garments brought for Kanu by his relatives be given over to the Director of Legal Services of DSS to empower him put on something else.