Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), appealed the terrorism and treasonable felony charge the Federal Government presented against him, and the Court of Appeal in Abuja has reserved decision.
The IPOB leader is being tried by the Federal High Court in Abuja, and he has gone to the court of appeal to question the legitimacy of the charges against him.
He is begging the court to examine the April 8 verdict of the trial court which knocked out only eight out of the 15-count allegation.
He is appealing the finding of guilt by FG and asking the appellate court to release him on bail pending the outcome of his appeal.
The appeal was originally scheduled to be heard on October 11, but due to a plea for a shorter timeline submitted by the embattled leader of IPOB, the matter was moved up to the appellate court.