Several journalists who came to witness the trial of Nnamdi Kanu were denied access to the courtroom, The PUNCH reports.
The security operatives stationed at the entrance of the Ministry of Justice building told journalists that only accredited judiciary reporters would be allowed in.
The PUNCH, however, observed that even accredited journalists were also not yet allowed to enter the court.
As of 8am. The PUNCH judiciary correspondent and photojournalist as well as several others were standing outside
Also, some lawyers have been denied access to the courtroom.
As of the time of filing this report, at 8.03am, tinted vehicles of the Department of State Services entered the ministry, fuelling speculations that Nnamdi Kanu might be in one of the vehicles.
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