One of the sureties for Nnamdi Kanu and senator representing Abia South, Enyinnaya Abaribe, has applied to be discharged as surety to Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB).
Abaribe filed the application in court on Tuesday.
Recall that Abaribe, prior to the raids by the military, said Kanu had always assured him that he would be in court at adjourned dates.
“He was supposed to appear in court on October 17. It was our job as sureties to produce him in court. We have been speaking with him”, Abaribe had said.
“I spoke with him around August 23. I had to invite him to meeting with the South-east Senate caucus in my home at Obingwa, in Abia.
“We discussed and we told him what we felt and where he was going out of bound and we told him to confine himself to the laws of the land.”
“Now, I spoke to him on September 11, and it was same day that the military moved into his place. Since then, nobody has seen him.”
Nnamdi Kanu was nowhere within the court premises.