The Supreme Court has granted the FG leave to file nine new grounds of appeal against Nnamdi Kanu.
The apex court also granted the FG leave to add the nine grounds as part of its amended notice of appeal dated 28th October 2022.
The FG through the AGF had approached the Apex court seeking to restore the criminal charges against Kanu.
The Federal Government has been granted leave by the Supreme Court to bring nine new grounds of appeal against the release of the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu.
Justice John Okoro who led a five-member panel of justices granted FG the leave on Thursday while ruling on a motion by the FG’s counsel, Tijani Gadzali (SAN).
Recall that Kanu had before now approached the court challenging his continued detention at the Department of State Services facility.