Kanu’s trial: We prepare for legal fireworks in court Monday —Bar. Ejiofor
Says "what we demand for is justice and fair hearing"
Barrister Ifeanyi Ejiofor, lawyer to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has expressed preparedness for the trial of his client on Monday.
Barrister Ejiofor made the remarks on his twitter handle on Sunday where he called on the Federal Government to ensure justice and fair hearing for Nnamdi Kanu.
Tweeting, Ejiofor said:
“As we prepare for legal fireworks in court tomorrow, I wish to extend my best compliments to our teeming supporters who will endeavour to witness the commencement of the hearing on Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s case tomorrow.
“I further wish to urge restraint and civility in all quarters tomorrow.
“It is your constitutional rights to be in court to witness Court’s proceedings but your engagement, dressing and conducts should be civil.
“The world is here already and they will be watching. All notable world class media houses are here already.
“I also wish to remind the security agents that the Court’s environment is a public place, accessible to everybody, and not a battleground; they should be civil in their engagement, as no violence is envisaged and none will happen.
“What we demand for is justice and fair hearing. Thank you all.”