The lawyer to the embattled leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Mr Nnamdi Kanu, has asked the Department of State Services (DSS) to obey the order of the court that released him on bail unconditionally.
Reacting to a six-count charge preferred against his client, Mr Vincent Obetta said that the charges, notwithstanding, the orders of the court still subsists and should be carried out to the letter.
According to him, the charges are still being studied even as they continue to work towards the release of his client who is presumed innocent until proven otherwise.
Mr Kanu was standing trial on a three count charge of criminal conspiracy, intimidation and belonging to an unlawful society, allegations the prosecutor had withdrawn.
A Federal High Court in Abuja on December 17 granted bail to Mr Kanu.
Justice Adeniyi Ademola admitted him to bail unconditionally while ruling in an application filed and argued by Mr Obetta.
The court held that his continuous detention was illegal and as such he should be released on bail unconditionally, especially in the light of the deposition of the counsel to the DSS that it had no charge against Mr Kanu in any Court of Competent Jurisdiction in Nigeria.