Breaking: Confusion As Armed Robbers Hijack DSS Case File on Igboho's Aides

Breaking: Confusion As Armed Robbers Hijack DSS Case File on Igboho's Aides

  • The hearing of the case related to Sunday Igboho's aides at the Federal High Court in Abuja was characterised by confusion on Wednesday, September 8
  • This was as the case file for the activist's associates was nowhere to be found as it has been stolen by armed robbers
  • It was gathered in court that the lawyer who was supposed to bring the file was attacked by some criminals

According to the lawyer to the Department of State Service, I. Awo, the case file linked to the Fundamental Human Rights Enforcement application filed by Sunday Igboho's aides has been stolen by armed robbers.

This was the submission of Awo to the Federal High Court, on Wednesday, September 8, during a resumed hearing, Punch reports.

He told Justice Obiora Egwuatu that his colleague who was to bring the case file to court has been attacked by a gang of robbers who own the bus he boarded.

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The DSS' lawyer called for an adjournment of the case (Photo: Sunday Igboho)
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The counsel to the DSS added that his belongings including the case file were hijacked by the criminals and went ahead to ask for an adjournment of the hearing.

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Leaked audio: Igboho’s lawyer finally breaks silence, reveals why Yoruba activist is angry

Meanwhile, following leaked audio by Yoruba nation activist lambasting his Benin Republic-based lawyers, one of the counsels, Ibrahim Salami, has reacted.

Salami faulted Sunday Igboho over leaked audio where the activist faulted his legal team.

Legit.ng gathered that Salami explained that the leaked audio is dangerous for the justice being pursued on behalf of Igboho.

He said Igboho was angry with him and other members of the legal team because he felt he had no reason to remain in police detention.

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Leaked audio: Igboho's lawyer finally breaks silence, reveals why Yoruba activist is angry

Salami, a professor of law, explained that Igboho found it strange to remain in police custody for not committing any crime, saying that the activist wants things to be done faster. He, however, said Igboho didn’t intend to make his complaint public.

The lawyer noted:

“Igboho is someone that gets angry easily and if I have a challenge with a client, it is not something to be discussed in the media."

Source: Legit.ng News

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