The ECOWAS Community Court of Justice has adjourned Nnamdi Kanu’s alleged fundamental human rights breach case against the Federal Government till November 8, 2016.
The presiding judge, Justice Micah Wright, adjourned the case on Wednesday for definite hearing following an application by the defendant.
Wright, however, declined the request for cost by the applicant.
The Federal Government, who was absent, had written to the court to adjourn the case because the case conflicting case in another court.
But, Counsel to the plaintiff, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, opposed the application for adjournment and requested for a cost of one million naira.
The Director of Radio Biafra and Leader of Indigenous People of Biafra had sued the Federal Government for alleged illegal detention.
Joined in the suit were the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice and Director-General of Department of State Service.
Kanu, in the suit, is asking for a compensation of 800 million dollars for the violation of his human rights and an order directing his unconditional release and that of his personal belongings.