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Nnamdi Kanu must not be tried in secret, says Uzoma-Abonta

Mr. Nkem Uzoma-Abonta, a member of the House of Representatives, has condemned the Federal Government’s planned secret trial of the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu.
L-R: Nnamdi Kanu & Nkem Uzoma-Abonta
Uzoma-Abonta who represents Ukwa Federal Constituency of Abia State stated this in an interview with newmen in Abuja, yesterday.

According to him; “The law says that all trial should be in the open apart from juvenile. Even the military trials to large extent is done open. I think it may not be proper, it may not be very right to try him in secret.

“Of course, we must all condemn sedition, we must all condemn incitement and unwholesome act to cause disunity in Nigeria but justice must be done and be seen to have been done.

“The trial should be open, it should be seen to be open so that people will now see that they proved their case or they did not. It is more preferably to be an open trial while we look at what led to the agitation to address it so that we will be able to handle it in a way that it will not cause further agitation.

“But I want to advise the Federal Government to handle that matter in a way that it will not raise further agitation. But all trials should be in open court.”

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