Court in South Africa has found Henry Okah guilty of the charges leveled against him by the Federal Government of Nigeria.
Henry Okah was accused of masterminding the two car bombings in Abuja on October 1st, 2010 when Nigeria was celebrating her Independence day, killing about 12 people and injured 36. He was arrested the following day in Johannesburg.
Henry was charge with engaging in terrorist activities, and conspiracy in delivering, placing and detonating an explosive device.
The first to give evidence at the opening of Okah’s trial was Minister Of Niger Delta Affairs, Godsday Orubebe, who said Henry Okah was a key figure in the Niger Delta Struggle and the militants had a lot of respect for him.
Henry Denied involvement in the attacks, which were claimed by MEND Militants and he also denied being the leader of the group.