For the first time in four months, the leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra Nnamdi Kanu on Monday, January 25 appeared in court in a different attire.
While proceedings of his bail application was going on before Justice John Tsoho at the Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday, January 25 Kanu was brought in by officers of the Nigerian Prison and some SSS officials in a blue and yellow native Ankara jumper.
His new attire is different from the sky blue shirt and and Chinos trouser he has always worn since his first arraignment at the Magistrate Court in Wuse, Abuja. The accused person however came in unshaven as usual.
Justice Tsoho on Wednesday, January 20 ordered that Kanu be kept in Kuje prison.
An action which one of his counsel, Chuks Muoma said has left him incommunicado with his family and lawyers inclusive.
A source within Kanu’s family had before the hearing told Naij.com that since Kanu was moved to the prison facility there have been visitations from his immediate family.
“You will see him today, looking better than the last time, at least he had also eaten good food too,” the source said.
Kanu is being accused of unlawful possession of firearms and assisting in the management of an unlawful society among other charges.