JUST IN: Another judge washes hands off Nnamdi Kanu's case


    nnamdi kanu 2.jpgSecond judge assigned to the controversial case, John Tsoho of the Federal High Court in Abuja has stepped down from the trial of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
    Though details are still  bit sketchy, reasons of his opting out of the case are still not known as at time of filing this report
    Mr. Kanu is facing treason charges brought by the Nigerian government for leading a separatist group and has been in detention since October 2015.
    The first judge in the case, Ahmed Mohammed, stepped down in December 2015, after Mr. Kanu said he had no confidence in him.
    It would be recalled that in a  petition to the National Judicial Council, Mr. Kanu accused Justice Tsoho of “judicial rascality” and called for his investigation by the council.


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