Nnamdi Kanu (The leader of IPOB) has arrived at the federal high court in Abuja in order to face trail over the allegations made against him by the federal government of Nigeria.
(Photo Credit: Punch Newspapers).
However, Nnamdi Kanu's case has raised a lot of arguments and tension within the country and a lot of groups have advised the federal government concerning the case.
(Photo Credit: Daily News).
When Nnamdi Kanu was brought to court, there were various incidents and things that happened as reported by some media sites.
So, here are 2 good decisions made by police and DSS after Nnamdi Kanu arrived at the federal high court in Abuja.
Journalists, Lawyers And Staffs Of FHC Were Barred From Entering The Court Premises.
When Nnamdi Kanu arrived at the court area, the Nigerian police and DSS prevented journalists, lawyers and other people from entering into FHC because of security reasons.
Nevertheless, I believe that this is a nice move by the Nigerian police in order to maintain orderliness within the court premises.
There Were About 3000 Security Officers (Including DSS) Around The "Transcorp Hilton" Through The Ministry Of Justice And "Abia" House.
The federal government provided enough security within the court area in order to ensure that hoodlums and other criminals are prevented from causing chaos and tension during the court session.
(Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters).
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