The Attorney- General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami (SAN), said on Friday in Abuja that a presidential panel has indicted Nnamdi Kanu for instigating subversive campaigns against the Nigerian state.

Kanu, leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra, (IPOB) is
currently being prosecuted at the Federal High Court Abuja by the
Federal Government for alleged treason and terrorism.

Malami, while briefing newsmen said, that the eventual re-arrest of
Kanu in June , and some members of his group led to the inauguration of
a Presidential Ad-hoc Committee, comprising 24 members from the
Ministry of Justice , the Ministry of Information among other ministries.

He said that the committee, after investigations, released its report titled:
“Investigation report on acts of terrorism and allied offences perpetrated
by Nnamdi Kanu, and eport on the sponsors and financiers of Sunday
Igboho and associates.”

According to him, the committee, headed by him, made a number of
findings including that Kanu instigated wild spread violence in different
parts of the country.