The appeal hearing date of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, has been moved forward.
The appeal was earlier scheduled for hearing on October 11, 2022, but has now been brought forward to September 13, 2022.
This was made known by the lead counsel for Kanu and IPOB, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, in a post on his verified Facebook page on Wednesday.
The Appeal No: CA/ABJ/CR/ 625/2022; between Nnamdi Kanu vs the Federal Republic of Nigeria is challenging the seven-count charge upheld against the IPOB leader by Justice Binta Nyako of the Federal High Court, Abuja on May 18, 2022, after reviewing of 15 counts.
Ejiofor wrote, “Our Appeal No: CA/ABJ/CR/ 625/2022; BETWEEN NNAMDI KANU VS FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA, earlier scheduled for Hearing on the 11th Day of October 2022, has been brought forward to the 13th day of September, 2022.
 
“Chukwu Okike Abiama is on the throne and shall forever remain on the throne. Your relentless prayers and supplications are positively impacting.
 
It, therefore, means that a hearing on Onyendu’s appeal challenging the remaining seven-count charge filed against him, will now be coming up for Hearing at the Court of Appeal Abuja, next week Tuesday, the 13th Day of September 2022.
 
“Thank you so much Umuchineke for your support so far and remain hugely blessed. We move!”

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