The Department of State Security Services simply known as DSS has reportedly denied members of the press and some relatives of the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu whose court trial is slated to commence today, January 10th access to the court room to witness the trial of the IPOB leader and this has led to a quarrel between the security operatives and Kanu's younger brother, Prince Emmanuel.
The DSS did not allow us entrance to the court. The brother to Nnamdi kanu is currently quarreling with them and trying to ensure we gain access into the court room. On further enquiries as to the rationale behind the obstruction into courtroom, they replied that no press is allowed to enter into the court, saying it's an order from Buhari, one of the witnesses said.
One of the DSS officials said that only one family member relating to the accused (Nnamdi Kanu) is allowed entry and that no press is allowed to entry as they don't want to disobey express orders from Buhari, the witness concluded.
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