In case you missed it: The NIA Director General Ahmed Rufai Abubakar is being sued by Indigenous People of Biafra leader Nnamdi Kanu for his role in the eight days of Nnamdi Kanu’s ‘false imprisonment’ in Kenya.
In Umuahia, Kanu filed the suit in the Abia State High Court.
The lawsuit seeks among other things N20 billion in damages for general and exemplary damages.
In a statement to SaharaReporters, Kanu’s special counsel Alloy Ejimakor explained that new evidence implicating Abubakar beyond the infamous extraordinary rendition prompted the action.
Of all the several suits that have emanated from the rendition of Kanu, Ejimakor said “this is the first against Ahmed Abubakar, either in his personal or official capacity.”
In the suit, a copy of which was made available to SaharaReporters,
Ejimakor stated that the false imprisonment of the Claimant (Kanu) was without his consent; adding that the Kenyan government has publicly and categorically denied any role in the arrest and imprisonment of the Claimant in Kenya. ~ Sahara Reporters
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