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The Federal Government has ordered a Federal High Court in Abuja to revoke the bail of the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi  Nnamdi Kanu for not obeying court orders.
It asked for the arrest of Mazi Kanu  till there is evidence to  support the charge leveled against him.
 
Yesterday, Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami  made a statement which was signed by his special assistant Mr. Salihu Isah and stated various grounds which called for Kanu’s  re–arrest.
The government says that in addition to the crime he was charged with, Kanu had inaugurated Biafra Security Service adding that such act was a threat to the security and unity of Nigeria.
An affidavit deposed by Loveme Odubo, a litigation clerk in the Ministry of Justice, said that Kanu held a rally in his hometown, Afara-UkwuIbeku in Umuahia, Abia State.
It also claimed the rally, which had a crowd that exceeded 10 persons, was captured in a video and published on June 1, 2017, was circulated around the country through internet platforms.
He further deposed that the bail granted Kanu was to enable him take care of his health, saying it was for no other purpose.
In an address attached to the application, the federal government urged the court to decide whether the defendant violated the bail conditions set by the court to provoke the revocation of his bail.
It was allegedly said that he in-inaugurated a Biafran Secret Service (BSS). Although it was stated that they were just a body set up to enforce law and order in the rural area.
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