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Court Fixes Date To Hear Lawsuit Filed By Five Detained #BuhariMustGo Activists Against Pastor Eneche, Others

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The Federal Excessive Courtroom in Abuja has mounted Monday, twenty sixth of July, 2021 to listen to an pressing human rights lawsuit filed by 5 #BuhariMustGo activists arrested by Dunamis Worldwide Gospel Centre, Abuja and the Division of State Providers (DSS).

SaharaReporters had earlier reported that the Chief Choose of the Federal Excessive Courtroom of Nigeria, Honorable Justice John Terhemba Tsoho, refused to assign the case to a choose.



“The Chief Choose of the Federal Excessive Courtroom has didn’t assign the lawsuit filed by the #BuhariMustGo activists arrested by Dunamis Church and DSS. The DSS as nicely nonetheless refuses to grant the activists entry to their attorneys and households,” a supply had advised SaharaReporters.

The protesters had sued the Director-Common of the DSS, Yusuf Magaji Bichi, Legal professional Common of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, and Pastor of the church, Paul Enenche over their unlawful arrest, detention and human rights violation.

The youths have been in detention of the key police since July 4 for adorning #BuhariMustGo T-shirts on the church.










The candidates are Henry Nwodo, Victor Udoka, Emmanuel Larry, Samuel Gabriel, and Ben Manasseh.

The youths are looking for an order of the courtroom restraining the DSS and different respondents within the fits from violating their basic rights to freedom of faith and freedom of expression and the press as assured beneath Sections 35, 38, 39, and 42 of the 1999 Structure.










Additionally they need the courtroom to guard their proper to freedom from discrimination and private liberty assured beneath Articles 1, 2, 6, 8 and 9 of the African Constitution on Human and Folks’s Rights (Ratification and Enforcement) Act (CAP. A9), Legal guidelines of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004.

The candidates urged the courtroom to order their instant and unconditional launch from the DSS custody.

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