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19th: Abia high court to rule on Nnamdi Kanu’s fundamental rights suit

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 Abia’s excessive court docket to rule on Nnamdi Kanu’s basic rights go well with Nnamdi Kanu’s Elementary Rights go well with pending earlier than the Excessive Court docket of Abi…

Abia excessive court docket to rule on Nnamdi Kanu’s basic rights go well with

Nnamdi Kanu’s Elementary Rights go well with pending earlier than the Excessive Court docket of Abia State has been set down for judgment on January 19, 2022.

It is going to be recalled that the go well with was heard and concluded on the deserves on December 10, 2022, earlier than Justice Benson Anya of the Excessive Court docket of Abia State in Umuahia.

The go well with initiated by Aloy Ejimakor, the Particular Counsel to Kanu/IPOB on August 27, 2021, is, amongst others, searching for the next reliefs: That the army invasion of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu’s house in Abia State in September 2017 by the Nigerian authorities is illegitimate, illegal, unconstitutional and quantities to infringement of his basic rights to life, dignity of his particular person, his private liberty and honest listening to as assured below the Nigerian Structure and the African Constitution on Human and Folks’s Rights.

Others embody that the arrest of Kanu in Kenya by brokers of the Nigerian authorities with out due technique of legislation is unfair, unlawful, illegal, unconstitutional and quantities to infringement of his basic rights in opposition to arbitrary arrest, to his private liberty and to honest listening to as assured below the Nigerian Structure and the African Constitution on Human and Folks’s Rights.

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That the torture and detention of Kanu in Kenya by brokers of the Nigerian authorities is illegitimate, illegal, unconstitutional and quantities to infringement of his basic rights in opposition to torture and to honest listening to, as assured below the Nigerian Structure and the African Constitution on Human and Folks’s Rights.

That the expulsion of Mazi Kanu from Kenya to Nigeria by the Nigerian authorities and his consequent detention and deliberate prosecution in Cost No: FHC/ABJ/CR/383/2015 (Federal Republic of Nigeria v. Nnamdi Kanu) is illegitimate, illegal, unconstitutional and quantity to infringement of his basic rights in opposition to illegal expulsion and detention, and to honest listening to, as assured below the Nigerian Structure and the African Constitution on Human and Folks’s Rights.

The go well with additionally demanded an Order of Injunction restraining the Nigerian authorities from taking any additional step within the prosecution of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu in Cost No: FHC/ABJ/CR/383/2015 (Federal Republic of Nigeria v. Nnamdi Kanu) pursuant to his illegal his expulsion from Kenya to Nigeria. Abia high court to rule on Nnamdi Kanu’s It additionally demanded an order mandating and compelling the Nigerian authorities to forthwith launch Mazi Nnamdi Kanu from detention and to revive him to his liberty, identical being his state of being as of nineteenth June 2021; and to thereupon repatriate him to Britain, his nation of domicile and citizenship in addition to an order mandating and compelling the Nigerian authorities to subject an official Letter of Apology to Mazi Nnamdi Kanu for the infringement of his basic rights and publication of mentioned Letter of Apology in three (3) nationwide dailies.

 

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