The Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has left Kuje prison, Abuja, having fulfilled the stringent bail conditions imposed on him to facilitate his freedom after two years in detention.

Senators Ike Ekweremadu and Enyinnaya Abaribe played prominent roles in ensuring fulfilment of the bail conditions and eventually securing Kanu’s release.

He was driven out of June prison in a private by former aviation minister, Osita Chidioka.

A Port Harcourt Jewish Rabi was flown to Abuja as one of the mandatory three sureties for the release of Kanu.

A federal high presided had granted bail to the IPOB leader, insisting on among other conditions that three sureties, including a serving senator, Jewish Rabbi, and provision of N300 million and landed property in Abuja must be provided.

At the Kuje prisons, there were tight security measures and with heavy security personnel in uniforms and plain clothes.