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Day One: Lord Lugard’s Cage Challenged As Biafra Drags Nigeria To Court

Day One: Lord Lugard’s Cage Challenged As Biafra Drags Nigeria To Court

 -Masterweb Reports
The case was called up at Court Two, Federal High Court Owerri Division, but the assigned Nigerian judge was not present. it was gathered Nigeria had not prepared for the case and needed more time (the statutory 30 days) to prepare their defense. Bilie Human Rights Initiative moved the case the same day to Court One, Federal High Court Owerri Division, where another judge adjourned the case to November 26, 2012.

Biafra was represented by six attorneys, and ordinary law abiding Biafrans - including clergy men came in their hundreds to observe the proceedings. Nigerian police were also present to witness the legal ritual of case adjournment without any major incident. The entire process passed off peacefully.

Bilie Human Rights Initiative said that many never imagined that the day will come when Biafra will face Nigeria in court of law. That day is now upon us and it is only a matter of time before common sense prevails upon Nigeria to let Biafra go.

Bilie Human Rights Initiative reports.

*Photo Caption - Law books and gavel (A small mallet used by a presiding judge or officer to signal for attention or order)