SEE WHAT THIS UNKNOWN MAN DID TO HIS CAR OVER NNAMDI KANU JUDGEMENT
An unknown man alleged to be sympathetic to the outlawed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) burnt down his car to celebrate the ruling of the Appeal Court, which discharged the leader of IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu, of the terrorism charges leveled against him by the Nigerian Government in Enugu.
According to reports, the man, whose name was undisclosed, had vowed to carry out the act if the Nigerian Government released Nnamdi Kanu from detention. Following Thursday’s judgment, the man fulfilled his vow by driving to the location, disembarking from the vehicle, and setting it on fire after dousing it with Petrol.
The man burnt the car at Onitsha South Mass Transit bus park, opposite Holy Ghost Cathedral, Enugu, attracted onlookers who filmed the bizarre act. At the same time, some concerned individuals attempted to put out the raging fire.
A three-judge panel of the appellate court ruled that Kanu was illegally extracted from Kenya by Nigerian agents in a process known internationally as extraordinary rendition, which rights experts define as an abduction.
The judges held that the Nigerian Government could not charge Kanu for any offense in the country until federal authorities explained how they moved him from Nairobi to Abuja in June 2022.