Barrister Inibehe Effiong
Joachim Iroko, 41, was arrested in August 2016 and detained by the Nigeria Police Force for allegedly naming his pet dog after President Muhammadu Buhari.
The lawyer, Inibehe Effiong, alleged that on July 14, 2015, Senator Effiong sent ‘his boys’ to demolish and destroy the perimeter fence erected by his client.
Some lawyers have sharply disagreed with the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) over its position on the raiding and arrest of senior judges.
The Senate may have thought it was doing Nigerians a major good when it recently came up with eight emergence bills to tackle recession.
Reactions have continued to trail the Thursday, September 8, launch of the 'Change begins with me' campaign by President Muhammadu Buhari.
Iroko Chinakwe and his wife, Mrs Ifeoma, have intimated COHRD of the rising threats to their lives for naming their dog after Buhari.