The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu has revealed why Justice Binta Nyako of an Abuja Federal High Court granted him bail few years ago.
Kanu claimed that Justice Nyako had granted him bail to pave way for his assassination by the Federal government.
He, however, stated that the judge was angry that he survived the assassination attempt made on his life.
The Nigerian government had arraigned the IPOB leader alongside three others on a four-count amended charge before Justice Nyako.
Justice Nyako had on April 25, 2017 granted the IPOB leader bail after he had spent a year and seven months in detention.
Just last week, the trial judge revoked Kanu’s bail and ordered his arrest, over his failure to attend his trial since he was granted bail.
However, Kanu in a tweet wrote: “It’s now obvious Justice Binta Nyako only agreed to grant me bail as part of an elaborate ploy with the Nigerian govt to set me up for assassination.
“Her failure to investigate the military invasion of my home is clear confirmation that she is angry I survived the attack.”