Senator Enyinnaya Abaribe who stood as surety for leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu on Tuesday approached Court to be relieved.
Abaribe also applied to court to refund the N100 million bond earlier agreed to be given as part of Mr. Kanu’s bail condition.
Senator in his motion cited what he described as the invasion of Mr. Kanu’s residence on September 11, during which a confrontation occurred between IPOB supporters and the Nigerian Army.
According to the motion, Mr. Abaribe said Mr. Kanu has not been seen since the September clashes between soldiers and IPOB members.
“Since the stated visit of the Nigerian Army to the residence of the first defendant from September 11, 2017, the second respondent in this suit (Mr. Kanu) has not been seen in public, neither has he been reported as making any statement on any issue.”
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