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Sunday Igboho’s lawyer explains why Yoruba Nation agitator cannot be extradited




Chief Yomi Aliu, the lawyer to Yoruba Nation agitator, Sunday Adeyemo aka Sunday Igboho, has given causes his consumer can’t be extradited to Nigeria.

Aliu argued that Igboho can’t be extradited due to a treaty with Benin Republic on political offenders.

He famous that the treaty states categorically that any political offender unlikely to get justice at dwelling shouldn’t be extradited to dwelling nation.

Aliu, in a press release, mentioned: “The Extradition Treaty of 1984 between Togo, Nigeria, Ghana and Republic of Benin excluded political fugitives.

Nigeria strikes to extradite Sunday Igboho from Benin Republic

“It additionally states that the place the fugitive is not going to get justice due to discrimination and/or undue delay in prosecution the host nation shouldn’t launch the fugitive.

“Now, Article 20 of African Constitution on Human and Peoples Rights to which the 4 nations are signatories made agitation for self-determination a elementary proper to be protected by all nations. This made Chief Sunday Adeyemo a POLITICAL OFFENDER who can’t be deported and/or extradited by the nice individuals of the Republic of Benin for any cause.”

Igboho was apprehended at Cotonou Airport, as he tried to flee to Germany.

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