Published: 21 January 2013 By Abiodun Giwa
Henry Okah in cuffs (Courtesy: Elomba.com)
A Nigerian, Henry Okah, has been found guilty of 13 counts by a South
African court, including a bombing Eagles Square in Abuja on the country's
50th independence anniversary day.
Okah, leader of Movement for the Emancipation of the Delta, MEND,
opposed to the government in Abuja had a running battle with successive
government in the country over the deterioration of living condition in the
Ironically, observers say that the problem Okah faces in his trial for the
bombing and other terrorism charges is disowning an organization he is
believed to be the leader.
Charles,Henry's older brother, has also been facing charges in a Lagos
court in connection with the bombing of Eagles Square in Abuja on the
country's 50th independence anniversary day.