Former Governor of Abia State, who was convicted of fraud in the N7.5bn case, was begging not to be handcuffed. The former governor was sentenced to 12 years in prison after he was convicted of fraud.
The former governor who was also the senate chief whip until his conviction pleaded with the prison wardens not to handcuff him in public.
According to The Punch Online, as Kalu and his co-defendants were removed by prison officers, he appeared shaken and begged not to be handcuffed in public.
“Where are you taking us to now? Please, don’t handcuff me. I will follow you!” Kalu pleads.