Ohanaeze rejects court’s judgment on IPOB. Ohaneze Ndigbo, the apex Igbo socio-cultural organization, has condemned an Abuja high courtroom over its Thursday’s verdict on the Indigenous people of Biafra, IPOB.
The organization defined the courtroom’s judgment, which declared IPOB as a terrorist organization as height of nepotism and denigration of the Nation’s judiciary machine.
Ohanaeze rejects court’s judgment on IPOB
Federal excessive court sitting Abuja had on Thursday dismissed the utility via the seasoned-Biafra group, asking for for the opposite of the court docket’s order limiting it and designating it a terrorist business enterprise.
The performing leader Justice, Abdu Kafarati, while handing over his ruling on IPOB’s application, resolved all the 3 formulated troubles towards the institution, and held that September 20, 2017 proscription order changed into validly issued.
Ohanaeze rejects court’s judgment on IPOB. Reacting to the judgment, Nnia Nwodo, the President general of Ohaneze, stated the decision changed into unfortunate.
He stated, “it is unlucky that our courts are allowing themselves to be used for unlawful and political ends. IPOB has done nothing to qualify, as described by using international standards, to be referred to as a terrorist organisation.
“unfortunately The Federal lawyer widespread in his parochialism, unmitigated bias and calumny has no longer discovered it important to categorise The Fulani herdsmen as terrorists inspite of their classification by the global Terrorist Index because the fourth deadliest terrorist employer in the international. Ohaneze frowns at this nepotism, this denigration of our judiciary and this stigmatization of our kids.”
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