Igboho’s Lawyer Said DSS Damage Nigeria’s Reputation By Disobeying Court Orders – GCFRNG

Igboho’s Lawyer Said DSS Damage Nigeria’s Reputation By Disobeying Court Orders – GCFRNG

The court ordered the AGF, DSS not to arrested Sunday Igboho

By Deola Badru & Sola Isola

Pelumi Olajengbesi, the assistant attorney in the arrest of Yoruba Nation representative Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho yesterday, said the Department of Labor, DSS would tarnish Nigeria’s image by refusing to comply ‘court order granted twelve customers.

The lawyer stated this in a letter to the DSS, entitled: Petition for the release of Amudat Babatunde and Jamiu Oyetunji, the Federal High Court has already granted his release but he is still in custody ‘.

The DSS last week released 10 of the 12 Igbos after more than 60 days in detention, following their July 1 arrest.

DSS, in a midnight raid on Igboho’s Soka house in Ibadan, Oyo State, arrested 12 protesters and took them to Abuja, where they were detained.

Detainees have come to court to claim their liberty.

Judge Obiora Egwuatu of the Federal High Court in Abuja authorized the admission of 12 prisoners on August 4, 2021.

The letter read: “Ongoing imprisonment of beggars, mainly Amudat Habibat Babatunde, a single mother with elderly parents and the sole breadwinner of the family since your company has lost contact in any way that can be seen and protected. The welfare of his children and elderly parents, has severely affected their families and caused severe setbacks to their health.

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“While we respect the motive of the operation to prosecute the detainees in accordance with the law, it is also important to note that the same law granted them bail and the court has given other instructions to the detainees. the SSS on the first Monday of each month we will see the detainees obeyed.

“We strongly believe that respect for the rule of law is an important duty and that the SSS is a creation of law and order agencies and the observance of the rule of law will damage the reputation of the state by refusing to comply. And for any reason. .

“With this in mind, we demand that justice, respect for the law and the well-being of the detainees and their families, and that the SSS grant their release under the bail application of the courts even if we promise. their availability company whenever they are needed and later. ”

The court prevented the AGF, DSS from arresting Sunday Igboho

Meanwhile, a high court in Ibadan, Oyo state, yesterday extended a temporary injunction against anything that could lead to the arrest of Sunday Igboho.

Abdulahi Abubakar, a lawyer for the first judge, the Attorney General of the Federation Abubakar Mallami requested at the beginning of the court that the order issued on August 4, which precluded Igboho’s arrest, be revoked, adding that his support was based on four. what supports it in five paragraph statements and in response to the statement statement.

He also asked the court not to ignore the counter-affidavit and written address and to keep the appendix following the filing deadline set by the applicant.

Yomi Alliyu SAN, Igboho consultant said that this file is a certificate and an address written on the 24th of August 2021, that it accepts and trusts the written consent.

He argued that the application of AGF Malami’s application had not been properly filed before the court declaring that it was issued outside the seven-day period provided for in Order 4, 6 of the 2009 human rights law.

DSS consultant T.A Nurudeen has released two video clips as a show titled Ds1 and Ds2 which show Igboho’s outrage and the importance of the Yoruba nation.

Judge Akintola extended the ban on the AGF, DSS and their representatives or the private sector.

He adjourned his trial in this case to September 17, 2021.

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