The Federal Government, on Wednesday, told the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja that head of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, decided to show up in a similar Fendi outfit he wore the past court meeting.
Direction to the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF), Shuaibu Labaran, let Justice Binta Nyako know this soon after the sitting started.
“The case is deferred until the present time for arraignment.
“In any case, before then, at that point, I want the extravagance of your Lordship since you provided a request that the respondent ought not show up in these garments.
“Be that as it may, the litigant (Kanu) decided to wear a similar garments since it is an originator,” he said.
Labaran additionally educated the court that the Department regarding State Services, DSS, had conformed to the court request by obtaining a muscular bedding and cushions for the IPOB pioneer to make him agreeable in detainment.
In any case, Counsel to Kanu, Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN, differ that his customer wouldn’t wear other garments.
He said however they got him a bunch of other garments, before they could get done with the day’s exercises yesterday, it was a piece late and they couldn’t give up the things to him.
He guaranteed that Kanu would show up in other garments at the following suspended date.
Equity Nyako said the garments could be given to the legitimate official that accompanied the security outfit.