Police Put Kanu Under Surveillance
The police have put the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu under surveillance so as not to escape if the Federal High Court revoke his bail.
A top notch in the police told our correspondent, adding that the force had also increased the numerical strength of the policemen in the southeast and South-south to prevent the Biafra agitators from disrupting the forthcoming governorship election in Anambra State.
Midweek, the governors of the southeast met with Kanu at his Umuahia country home in Abia State to drop his call for secession.
There were indications that the IPOB leader agreed with the governors on the ground that Nigeria could not break up.
Before then, Kanu had threatened to stop the Anambra election and also inaugurated a group tagged Biafra Security Service.
His recent activities, however made the Federal Ministry of Justice sought court order to revoke his bail.
The Minister of Justice and Attorney General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami (SAN) said in an affidavit to the Federal High Court Abuja that Kanu had allegedly breached his bail conditions and should be re-arrested and detained.
The affidavit showed that Kanu had organized rally involving more than 10 persons against his bail condition.
The prosecution had said that instead of using the opportunity of his bail to attend to his health needs, Kanu had gone ahead to inaugurate a security outfit, known as Biafra Security Service.