The popular Nollywood star, Chiwetalu Agu, has been flown to Abuja by the Department of State Services for interrogation.
It was learnt that the new development is part of investigations against him over claims that he allegedly incited members of the public.
The actor was first arrested by the Nigerian Army on October 7, 2021, around Upper Iweka in Onitsha, Anambra State.
The army had come out to say it arrested Agu for soliciting support for the separatist group, Indigenous People of Biafra, after which they handed him over to the DSS for investigation and prosecution.
However, a relative of the Nollywood actor has come out to say the family had been denied access to him.
The relative, who was anonymously quoted by the Punch said Agu was first moved from Anambra to Enugu and then to Abuja.
He said attempts to see him in Abuja were rebuffed by the DSS.
“We spent two days trying to ascertain his whereabouts. We were later informed that he was moved to Enugu and then Abuja.
“We heard that the idea is to move him away from the South-East. We have made efforts to see him, but the DSS has not granted us access. Even the lawyers have not been allowed to reach him,” the relative added.