Abubakar Malami, the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, has indicated that pardoning Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, is inappropriate.
On Wednesday, December 1, the AGF stated this when appearing as a guest on Channels Television’s Politics Today.
According to him, Kanu’s trials have yet to be completed, thus a pardon is not an option at this time. The possibility has not been ruled out, according to Malami.
“Pardon is a function of conviction in the Nigerian context and as far as I know, Nnamdi Kanu has not been convicted yet so the idea of pardoning him is premature.”
When asked if pardoning the IPOB leader is a viable option for achieving peace in the region, Malami said he has not to consider the security ramifications of such a decision.
In other news, Tuoyo Ideh, who just had artificial hair done to hide his bald areas, has expressed concern over how ladies can wear fake hair for lengthy periods of time.
The Big Brother Naija star claims that having fake hair prevents him from sleeping, bathing without a shower cap, and, worst of all, scratching an itchy scalp.
He inquired about women’s methods, stating that deserve some accolades for how they are able to wear artificial hairs.
In his caption, he stated that women who wear synthetic hair deserve daily rewards.
Happy New Month Oo
Ladies Abeg how can i scratch my hair if it’s itching me?
Women deserve daily awards
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