By Chimaobi Nwaiwu.
The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has hailed the revoking of the license a top judge handling the case of its leader and Director of Radio Biafra, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu, describing his sanction as ‘nemesis catching wrong doer’.
IPOB in a statement by its Media and Publicity Secretary, Mr. Emma Powerful titled “ECOWAS Court in Chaos, Another enemy of Nnamdi Kanu disgraced out of the Judiciary, sign of warning to what is to come for the Nigerian judges” said that the judge was removed in his native Liberia on allegations of fraud.
IPOB alleged that the judge has been hobnobbing with the Nigerian Government to pervert justice against Nnamdi Kanu and now nemesis has caught up with him in his native home Liberia where he was removed and his license revoked for twelve months.
“The same judge has been delaying and postponing the judgment on the case because he wants to please Nigerian President Buhari by ensuring that Mr. Kanu is kept indefinite in detention.
“Justice, Justice M. Wilkins Wright, has come to public disrepute in his home country, Liberia, where the Supreme Court has revoked his license for 12 months. Wright was found liable of breaching Rule 8 & 9 the Moral and Ethical Conduct of Lawyers by obscuring his lawyer-client relationship with a former client of his, while representing the government against the client in his capacity as Solicitor General of Liberia.”