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KANU

(ˈkɑːnuː)
n acronym for
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Kenya African National Union
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But Pompey already had the match won and Kanu headed his second, seven minutes from time from a Gary O'Neil cross.
'Whether by a true interpretation of Sections 1, 4 and 5 of the Terrorism (Prevention) (Amendment) Act, 2013, the 2nd Defendant has not abdicated his duties by failing, neglecting or omitting to arrest and extradite Kanu, from the Great Britain back to Nigeria so he can stand his trial for treasonable felony, amongst other sundry offences, considering the Bench Warrant issued on 28th March 2019 Justice Binta Nyako for the arrest of Kanu after it was determined that he flouted his bail conditions'.
Kanu House was the headquarters of goons who mercilessly beat opponents of Kenya's independence party.
Kanu argued that the Majimbo system was too expensive to implement in terms of money and personnel, apparently the Kanu government did not like the provisions in the Constitution which provided for the sharing of resources between the centre and the regions.
The Justice Binta Nyako-led court gave the order while deploring the continued absence of Kanu from court.
Having played 153 internationals, Kanu's inspirational captaincy was the bedrock of Oman's title win in the absence of regular captain Ali al Habsi.
More than a decade earlier, Kanu had needed lifesaving open-heart surgery after being diagnosed with a heart valve defect.
Ex-Nigeria striker Kanu provided Pompey with the cutting edge they had lacked for most of the match, heading past Luke Steele on 84 minutes.
Kanu is the most valued African footballer in footballing history, having won a UEFA Champions League medal, a UEFA Cup medal, three FA Cup Winners Medals amongst others.
Portsmouth striker Kanu endured a torrid two-year spell at the Hawthorns and is most remembered for his amazing one-yard miss against Middlesbrough.
Kanu's future has been a major doubt for much of the season as the African ace has complained about the long journey to training he has to make every day from his London home, and the limited time it allows him with his family.
Bryan Robson welcomes his squad, including new signings John Hartson and Chris Perry, back to their Walsall training base but Kanu will be conspicuous by his absence.