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Biafra: ECOWAS court dismisses Nigerian govt’s objection on Nnamdi Kanu

By Oak TV
08 March 2017   |   9:19 am
ECOWAS Community Court of Justice dismissed the Nigerian Government’s preliminary objections in the suit filed by the leader of Indigenous People of Biafra Nnamdi Kanu and two others for the enforcement of their fundamental human rights.

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