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Friday 28 April 2017

BIAFRA: IPOB Leader Nnamdi Kanu Released From Kuje Prison (Video)

BIAFRA | Friday, APril 28, 2017 | 11:25 PM CET

BREAKING: Kanu Regains Freedom, Leaves Kuje Prison After Meeting Bail Conditions

Nnamdi Kanu being driven out of Kuje prison in a car

BREAKING: Kanu Regains Freedom, Released From Kuje Prison After Meeting Bail Conditions

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has been released from Kuje Prison Abuja.

Kanu was freed after meeting the bail conditions granted him by a Federal High Court in Abuja on Tuesday.

His lawyer, Mr. Ifeanyi Ejiofor confirmed on Friday in a video going viral on social network of Kanu leaving the prison premises in a black Mercedes jeep.

Ejiofor said his client met all outstanding conditions on Friday and was released shortly after all necessary documents were signed by the trial judge.

“Nnamdi Kanu left the prison at about 5pm after meeting the bail conditions,” Ejiofor said.

Justice Nyako of the High Court had on Tuesday granted bail to Kanu on health grounds.

The judge, however, barred the IPOB leader from granting press interview while on bail, no association of more than ten people and other stringent conditions.

IPOB rejected such harsh conditions tagged it draconian and inhuman, accusing the federal government of bias and human right abuse.

Walking out of the prison premises, the IPOB leader was caught in a video footage saying goodbye to some prison warders.
He also had a group picture with some friends and family members.

Pro-Biafra agitators have expressed joy regarding the news of his release, showing delight saying "This is a step in the right direction" i am now convinced that Biafra is here already," says a pro-Biafra agitator on facebook.

See the video when he was released from prison below

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