Nnamdi Kanu’s Lawyer Declares IPOB Leader Missing
He said the last time he made contact with Kanu was just before the Nigerian Army allegedly invaded his hometown.
Ejiofor told Vanguard that he won’t be surprised if the federal government moved against those who stood as sureties to Kanu.
He said: ”The fact is that they are in a position to produce him at the next adjourned date.
”It is public knowledge that my client had before his house was invaded, always made himself available for trial.
”He never evaded trial as he made it known that he was ready. If he wanted to jump bail, he would have done so immediately he was released from prison. But he did not run.
”The last time I spoke with my client was the day his house was invaded by soldiers.
”He called me and complained that he was being attacked by soldiers who he said were shooting sporadically. Since then, I have not heard from my client again.
”If he is alive, they should tell the court on that day. They will not only explain to the trial court, but will also produce the soldiers that went to his home to attack him.”