Anambra gubernatorial candidate under the umbrella of YPP, Senator Ifeanyi Ubah, was today denied entrance into a Federal High Court in Abuja, where the leader of the proscribed Indigenuous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, was arraigned for the commencement of his trial by the Nigerian security agents.
Displeased with the action, Senator Ubah took to his social media to air his displeasure, explaining that he was made to trek as armed security men had cordoned off all entrances to the court.
''Having filed an application seeking the permission of the court to visit Nnamdi Kanu in custody, today, Thursday, October 21, 2021, I was denied entry into the Federal High Court premises in Abuja.
''To make things worse, I was condemned to trekking long distances after I tried the three entrance routes leading to the court premises but defiantly refused by security agents, despite identifying myself as a senator of the federal republic of Nigeria and presenting them a copy of my pending application before the Federal High Court, in Abuja,'' Ubah lamented.
The photos shared online by the Senator to narrate his ordeal can be viewed below:Please remember to drop your comments below and don't forget to also share this article with friends
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