Nigeria separatist Kanu to be tried as terrorist
11 April 2022 | 5:07 am
Nigeria's separatist leader Nnamdi Kanu should stand trial and answer to charges that include terrorism and broadcasting falsehoods, a High Court judge ruled on Friday, April 8.
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