The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has described Friday’s Supreme Court judgment on its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, as a “scripted comedy skit”.
IPOB spokesman, Emma Powerful, said the Supreme Court ruling, which directed Kanu back to the Federal High Court, was a ploy to delay justice delivery.
Recall that the apex court had upturned the ruling of the Appeal Court that squashed all terrorism charges against Kanu.
Consequently, the Supreme Court ordered the IPOB leader to return to the Federal High Court.
Reacting, Powerful said the justices of the apex court have not dispensed good judgment in the face of Nigeria’s problems.
A statement by Powerful reads: “Moving from Supreme Court to a lower court again looks more like a Scripted Comedy Skit to delay justice delivery.
“The Supreme Court and its Justices have shown that they cannot dispense good judgment in the face of Nigeria and its problems.
“The world and Biafrans worldwide have seen the incapacity of Supreme Court and their judges. IPOB will watch what is happening in Nigeria this period.”