Nnamdi Kanu conveyed the message through his lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor ahead of his court appearance.
Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra has appealed to his supporters to be peaceful ahead of his scheduled court appearance next week.
Kanu in a statement through his lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor pleaded with his followers and supporters to be peaceful and calm in court.
As earlier reported by Naija News, a date has been scheduled for judgment in the fundamental human rights suit submitted to an Abia State High Court by the embattled leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) Nnamdi Kanu.
Ejiofor in a statement on Thursday said he visited Kanu in detention and the IPOB leader is in good spirits ahead of the scheduled court appearance.
He said the legal team is sure of getting victory for Kanu in court and appealed to fans and supporters to be calm and pray along with them.
He said: “We undertook our customary visit to Onyendu in DSS custody today. In the course of the visit, our discussions focused primarily on our final preparations for the legal battle that would resume on the turf of the Federal High Court, Abuja Judicial Division, from next week and on subsequent adjourned dates, if any.
“We coalesced the product of our individual reflections on the most potent legal strategies henceforth to be adopted, fine tuned and harmonised them, and then distilled them into a single, conclusive, potent, workable formula.
“We are optimistic that the court outings of Onyendu would be impressive. Onyendu himself is in high spirit. Our discussions with him further reassured him and strengthened his determination to persevere unrelentingly.
“Onyendu is fully prepared to appear in court as from the 18th of January, 2022. He is rooting for victory and knows that, with the help of Chukwuokike Abiama, victory is assured. ”
Ejiofor added that they’ve been in correspondence with the government and the security agencies on proper conduct while loyalists of the IPOB leader are urged to maintain absolute decorum.
“Further, Onyendu utilised the opportunity afforded by our visit to mandate us to admonish his teeming supporters and followers.
“He advises those of them that would appear in court in demonstration of their unflinching support and loyalty to him to conduct themselves with decorum, be civil in their conduct and comportment, shun violence and deviant behaviour in any manner or form, and exercise restraint in speech”.
“On our part, we have caused formal correspondences to issue on responsible, sovereign, democratic Governments and other international institutions to prevail on the Nigerian Government to caution uncouth and overzealous security agents.
“We can authoritatively declare to you, that those correspondences are receiving the requisite attention they deserve.
“We are optimistic that there would be a positive transformation in the conduct and general approach of the said overzealous security agents at the next appearance of Onyendu in court.
“We make bold to state for the umpteenth time that Onyendu has not committed any offence known to law. For this reason, he must be released unconditionally.
“We specially appeal to you to demonstrate profound understanding and fortitude in these trying times. You must remain focused, dogged, and resilient.
“On no account must your untiring spirit be shaken and your resolve diluted. You must keep the peace at all times and comport yourselves with decorum.
“In no too distant time, you will surely savour the sweetness of victory. Celebration and jollity will resound in your respective dwellings and sorrow and sighing shall take a permanent and unremitting flight to the abyss”, the Lawyer added.