After the entrance of the Indigenous leader Nnamdi Kanu into the high court Abuja, many was denied access into the high court by security operatives which Senator Dr Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah was included and other press and journalists.
Senator Ifeanyi Ubah had to trek to the three entrance of the court but was still denied access into the high court to visit Nnamdi Kanu in court
In advancement of my forthcoming application looking for the consent of the court to visit Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in detainment, today being Thursday; October 21, 2021, I was denied admittance into the Federal High Court premises in Abuja.
To my most extreme consternation and vexation, I was exposed to the nerve racking experience of journeying significant distances after I investigated three passageway courses to the court premises however was audaciously banished by security agents, even in the wake of recognizing myself as a Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and showing them a duplicate of my forthcoming application under the watchful eye of the Federal High Court, Abuja.
The Judiciary is the last stronghold of popular government; accordingly, the glaring refusal to permit legal counselors, delegates of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Civil Society Organizations and public office holders such as myself into the court premises isn’t just crazy however a derisive infringement of our vote based ethos as a country.
The General public will review that I documented an application to visit Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, after I was denied admittance on two events by the DSS to talk about with the IPOB Leader.
Definitively, may I utilize this medium to by and by, approach the Federal Government to as an issue of direness, track down a political answer for the issues encompassing the capture and detainment of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu as this will go far in splashing the current strain and weakness in the South East. I likewise need to console the overall population of my unflinching purpose and obligation to seeking after this case to an intelligent end.
Congressperson (Dr.) Ifeanyi Ubah
Anambra South Senatorial District