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Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Jonathan’s ex-ADC sues EFCC, demands N100m damages


    Jonathan’s ex-ADC sues EFCC, demands N100m damagesOjogbane Adegbe

    An Aide de Camp (ADC) to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Ojogbane Adegbe, has dragged the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to court to challenge his alleged detention.

    Mr. Adegbe, a colonel, in the suit filed at the Federal High Court, his counsel, Ogwu Onoja, (SAN) is claiming N100 million damages for his detention which violated his fundamental rights.

    Mr. Onoja urged the court to declare that his client’s arrest and continued detention by EFCC since February 11 was unconstitutional and violated his right to personal liberty guaranteed by the 1999 Constitution.

1 comment:

DOZIE ALBERT said...

I do not believe that Nigerians voted en mass for Buhari. The election was rigged and manipulated by UK and the US. This is the result of the imposition of this known Dictator on Nigerians by yours truly.

The courts should be used to challenge the EFCC and the Administration for any violation of people's human rights. I will also like to see impeachment proceedings started to right most of the wrongs of Buhari. Give Nigerians freedom or give us death. We have had enough of this Dictator. When Nigerians are arrested without warrants from the courts, we have a problem. And now, we have a problem.