Court grants Ijele request to testify against Nnamdi Kanu on terrorism, other 15 counts charges

Things are getting tougher for the supreme leader of proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra IPOB, as Federal High Court reportedly grants Chukwuemeka Oforegbu’s popularly known as Ijele request to testify against Mazi Nnamdi Kanu and IPOB in Court.

Ijele made this know through his Facebook page on Sunday with caption reads below;

“I don collect halfdavid for court. Una think say na for social media e go end. Show this affidavit to Quack Barrister Ifeanyi Utobo Ejiofor and the handsome Barrister Aloy Ejimakor, let them tell Barrister Maxwell Nwude Opara to confirm from Barrister Samuel Ihensekhien Jnr (Esq) if he helped me yesterday or not at the court.

Do you know what it means? It’s now to the national media battleground. WE AIN’T STARTED. He wrote
Court grants Ijele request to testify against Nnamdi Kanu on terrorism, other 15 counts charges

On another Ijele post on Nigeria popular platform Nairaland, he wrote;

I thought u all said Ijelespeaks madness ended on nairaland.

Even despite our countless rallies u thought it would end in rallies. All the evidence I’ve been posting on nairaland, e go shock una when we go bring am come court. We have the contact of the families.

Remember all my files are backed up on Google drive. There shall be no home for terrorism in our land. Since u always compare Northern terrorism u can go there.

After your stupid terrorist group ordered for the killing of innocent Igbo pastors through Omote Biafra carried out by your unknown gunmen. And stole our Igbo brothers car and ate their meat and then u want me to keep quiet.

The fight against IPOB doesn’t end on nairaland. We will do what we say we would do.

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