Nnamdi Kanu’s lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, claims that the Biafra activist would soon be set free.
After the court session on Monday, the lawyer delivered the promise.
In court, the federal authorities failed to produce the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
Kanu could not be presented due to logistical issues, according to the new council’s chairman, Mohammed Abubakar.
The Federal High Court’s Justice Binta Nyako delayed the case till October 21.
Kanu will remain in the Department of State Services’ custody (DSS).
Kanu’s lawyer, Ifeanyi, however, said Kanu will be victorious.
The lawyer also provided an update on recent events.
“Our Client, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu cannot only be visited by his lawyers but relatives and friends, provided there are only two persons in every of such visits.
“It is now an order of the court. Anybody within the above classification will be profiled by our Head of Chambers.”
Ejiofor also tweeted, “Umuchineke, please be firm, and less distracted, the present situation is receiving desired attention from every quarter.
“We are not leaving any space for anything untoward to happen to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu. He will soon regain his freedom, despite all the shenanigans playing out now.
“Chukwuokike is with us, and can never fail us. We are keeping on within our professional capacity.
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“We Shall keep you updated regularly. But be calm, focused, and prayerful, that this period too will come to pass, and it shall all end in praises. Forward ever.”
He declared the start of a legal process to ensure that the court issues a fiat to hear the matter during its annual holiday, which began today.
“Our covert investigation revealed that Nnamdi Kanu was not whisked away from Abuja to an unknown location. Please disregard the rumor mongers.
“Within the following 48 hours, we’ll pay him another visit. Mazi Nnamdi Kanu will reclaim his freedom sooner than predicted, according to Ejiofor.