Armed men shut down Imo marketplaces, prompting a UK government response
“Nnamdi Kanu’s Special Counsel” Aloy Ejimakor has indicated that his British allies are engaging the British government at the highest level in the matter. According to the lawyer, the Department of State Services has not yet allowed IPOB leader to sign documents granting him access to consular help, Anything celebrity has learned. Earlier this month, Kanu was
transported back to the nation from Kenya, where he is facing allegations that verge on treasonable felony. As a result, he did not appear before the Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday as scheduled. Kanu was to be seen by Ejimakor on Wednesday, he said our correspondent (today). Interim, our colleagues in the UK are intensifying their interaction with the highest levels of the British government, according to Bindmans Law. Kanu, a British national in good standing, is entitled to diplomatic protection by virtue of his status as a British national in good standing. In solidarity with the IPOB leader, who is on trial at the Federal
High Court in Abuja, most traders at the two marketplaces refused to open their stores on Monday. Frustrated, soldiers at a checkpoint near the markets forbade the traders from doing any business. According to one of our correspondents, market security guards were told not to open the entrance gates by soldiers. Trading began as early as 7am, but the entrance gates were locked and the soldiers resumed their stop-and-search job. The military advised the traders to go home till further notice. Ibegbulem
acknowledged the development in a telephone conversation and said he was on his way to the Ministry of Commerce and Industry to fix the issue. Le Capitaine Babatude Zubiruo, spokesman for Obinze Owerri’s 34 Artillery Brigade Command, indicated that he was unaware of the situation.
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