A federal high court sitting in Abuja, has ordered the release of detained leader of the Indigenous People of biafra, Nnamdi Kanu on bail.
Justice adeniyi ademola admitted him to bail unconditionally.
Ruling on the bail application filed and argued by counsel to the accused, Vincent obeta, justice ademola, who had last month granted permission to the department of the state security service, to detain kanu for ninety days, on the request of the DSS set aside the order.
The judge said that the continued detention of kanu after two months without trial, violated section 158 of the administration of criminal justice act 2015 and section 35 of the 1999 constitution.
Justice ademola said that there was no law that permitted the sss or any other security agencies to detain any Nigerian over two months.
The court also held that his continous detention, is illegal and should be released on bail unconditionally

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