A huge statue of Nnamdi Kanu has been presented by an IPOB sculptor in his home in Afara ,Umahia.
According to several sources, the leader of the pro-Biafra group, the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), has been given a look-alike statue in his home in Afara, Umahia the capital of Abia State.
The statue was reportedly done by a sculptor and IPOB member named Mazi Okwuchukwu Njoku.
He presented it to Kanu in the presence of family and members of IPOB.
The IPOB leader, who is among the four defendants standing trial on charges bordering on Biafra agitation, is currently out on bail.
However, the Federal Government revealed plans to ask the Federal High Court in Abuja to put him back in prison over the alleged breach of the conditions of his bail.
A source at the Ministry of Justice said, "Kanu had been found to have flouted some of the conditions."
The source added that the ministry is taking records of the breaches and would take "the necessary step at the appropriate time."
"The consequence of any breach of bail conditions is the revocation of the bail."
Kanu was granted bail by Justice Binta Nyako to the tune of N300 million on April 25, 2017.
His trial resumes on July 11.