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Court Grants Eze Ndi-Igbo Who Threatened To Bring IPOB To Lagos N1Million Bail



Fredrick Nwajagu, the Eze Igbo of Ajao Estate in Lagos State, who threatened to invite members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) to Lagos State in order to secure Igbo properties in the state has been granted bail.

Lovetvnews Nigeria reports that the Chief Magistrates’ Court sitting in Sabo, Yaba, Lagos, granted Nwajagu bail in the sum of N1 million with four sureties.


Nwajagu, who was arrested by operatives of the Nigeria Police Force, Lagos State Command after the threat is facing two counts of conspiracy and an act that has the tendency to cause a breach of public peace.

This online news medium recalls that the monarch was first arraigned on April 5, after which he was remanded at the Ikoyi Correctional Centre for 30 days.

It was gathered that Chief Magistrate Peter Nwaka granted the Igbo 67-year-old Nwajagu bail following an oral application made by his counsel, Nkechi Agubuzor.

Nwajagu had stated in a 49-second video shared on Twitter by @DeeOneAyekooto that the move to invite members of IPOB to Lagos was necessary due to attacks on Igbo people in the state.

The Igbo leader boldly said in the video that he stood by his word and that his people must take a stand in Lagos State by shutting down economic activities to protest the alleged intimidation they had been facing from other non-Igbo residents of the state.

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