Director of Radio Biafra and leader of Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, who was arrested by operatives of the Department of State Security (DSS) in Ikeja on Saturday, has been granted bail, reports Vanguard.
Kanu is however reportedly yet to fulfill his bail conditions for release from detention.
IPOB’s lawyer, Mr. Egechukwu Obetta lamented that Nnamdi Kanu was put in the same cell with terrorists despite his life threatening health challenges.
He said Kanu is selective to delicacies, adding that he (Kanu) vowed never to eat any food served by the Federal Government of Nigeria.
However, midway into the chat with his lawyer, a call came in, indicating that Kanu has been granted bail in the sum of N2 million or with surety of N2 million with a civil servant of grade level 16.
Obetta further said that “Last week, the Afenifere threatened to secede but nobody was vilified. I am talking about the recent Olu Falae’s kidnap case. The militants in the Niger Delta has done same.”