A Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday indefinitely adjourned the trial of the instigator of the people of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, on terrorism charges brought against him by the federal government.
Judge Binta Nyako has indefinitely adjourned the trial in the Kano case, pending the federal government’s appeal decision against the Court of Appeals’ October 13 ruling that exempted him from terrorism charges.
The federal government’s appeal seeking to overturn the Court of Appeal’s ruling is still pending before the Supreme Court.
Two other cases billed to the court were also postponed indefinitely for the same reason.
The daily reported that Kanu refused to appear in court on Monday in protest of the federal government’s refusal to release him from detention as ordered by the Court of Appeal on October 13.
BREAKING: Court suspends Nnamdi Kanu trial on terrorism charges