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How Alor Ejimakor Revealed Malami's Intention Over Claims That Kanu Used EndSARS To Incite Violence

According to a report by BBC Pidgin News, the Special Counsel to the self-acclaimed leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, Alor Ejimakor, has reacted to Abubakar Malami's recent allegation of violent attacks and killings across the country against his client.Image credit: Google, Facebook

The Attorney General of the Federal claimed that Nnamdi Kanu took advantage of the October 2020 End SARS protest to incite people to cause violence in the country.

Reacting to Malami's latest allegation, Alor Ejimakor during his interview on BBC News Pidgin accused Malami of disrespecting the federal high court and presenting allegations without evidence against his client.

He said they had commissioned of inquiry across the country specifically in Lagos state and the Imo States, but there was nothing from the commission of inquiry that returned an indictment of Nnamdi Kanu or IPOB in the aftermath of the End SARS protest.

Abubakar Malami's intention

Speaking further, Ejimakor revealed that Malami's allegation is intended to poison the minds of the public and also to prejudice the mind of the court, adding that it is a highly prejudicial interview, but said his team is studying the content to know if there will be a legal reaction from them.Image credit: Google

As expected the lead counsel to Nnamdi Kanu has finally reacted to Malami's allegation. However, with his response, it will not be surprising to see the Attorney General of the federation reacting to Ejimakor's claim that he intends to poison the minds of Nigerians.

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