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Breaking: Biafra Files Case Against Nigerian Government 29th Dec.

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Breaking: Biafra Files Case Against Nigerian Government 29th Dec.

Post by emmy on Mon 28 Dec 2015 - 21:46

BY OSCAR LEE
FOR FAMILY WRITER

The power struggle between the Nigerian government, the DSS and the state of the rising Sun Biafra is yet to be over and has taken a new dimension with Biafra filing a fresh case against the Nigerian government in the court for unlawful detention of their director and Leader of the indigenous people of Biafra and damages against the people Biafra to be heard on the 29th of Dec 2015,The information reaching us indicates that though the Leader of the indigenous people Biafra will not be appearing in the court himself but his counsel had perfected all plans to represent him in court on the said date.


It could be recalled that both the magistrate and high courts all in Abuja had previously on many occasion discharge him on not enough evidence against him and therefore his continuous detention is an infringement on his right of freedom of movement but due to lack of respect for human right in Nigeria the government refused to released him which is a blow to the rule of law and a slap to the judicial system in the most populous black African nation. The most recent one was when in the full gleam of the court the presiding judge justice Mohammed Diri washed his hands off the case and asked for the case to be resigned to another judge which comes as a surprised to Nigerians and Nigerian government as a whole and notwithstanding Mohammed Buhari lead government through his numerous agent of destruction is still bent of putting him in Jail and had gone further to compromised some judges from the south-East with sum of one hundred million Naira through Imo State Governor Rochas Okorocha, since the first and second judges who were appointed over the case refused to be bought over with money surprisingly they were Yoruba and Hausa respectively and it brings to mind what morality and ethics means to them in their highly honored profession as the custodians of the rule of law.


We are calling on all Human Right Organization locally and internationally, the International Community, and all lovers of freedom of movement and expression to turn their search light to Nigerian as the case will prove to them the high level of inhuman treatment been melted out to Nigerians whom some of them has been killed in cold blood by men of SARS with no trace of their corpse till date. The IPOB is a peaceful minded organization in search of freedom and therefore deserved the right to protest as it enshrined in the constitution of the federal republic without any undue influence.

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