South African prosecutors say they have seized a military uniform and a personal diary from the home of a Nigerian man accused of involvement in deadly bombing attacks.
Authorities in Johannesburg said Thursday they are busy translating the diary entries from French into English. They also claim they found an invoice at Henry Okah's home from a company that sells guns and grenades.
Okah denies any involvement with the militant group that claimed responsibility for the attacks in Nigeria's capital that killed a dozen people during a celebration to mark the country's 50th independence anniversary.
His lawyers maintain that the South African government came under heavy pressure from Nigerian authorities to arrest Okah, who now lives in Johannesburg.