NIGERIAN COURT IN ABUJA GAVE ULTIMATUM TO IGP OF POLICE TO PAY N2BILION HUMAN RIGHTS SUITS TO PEACE CORPS OF NIGERIA.

Peace Corps wins N2bn human rights suit against Nigerian Police



Peace Corps wins N2bn human rights suit against Nigerian Police


 BY BENEDICT ODINAKA EZEOKA writing for ODOGWU MEDIA.
  The Peace Corps of Nigeria (PCN) cerebrates today as they  won its N2bn Human Rights Suit instituted against the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, the Nigerian Police Force and 4 others.

Hon. Justice Gabriel Kolawole who presides over the case have given a 7-day ultimatum to the police to unseal the  National Headquarters of the Corps located at No 57 Iya Abubakar Crescent, off Alex Ekwueme way, opposite Jabi Lake, Jabi, Abuja, 

The National Commandant of Peace Corps of Nigeria, Amb ( Dr. ) Dickson Akoh and 49 other officers of the Corps who were arrested on February 28th, 2017, had approached the court, through their Lawyer, Chief Kanu Agabi ( SAN ), seeking redress over their unlawful arrest, detention and brutality.
NIGERIAN COURT IN ABUJA GAVE ULTIMATUM TO IGP OF POLICE TO PAY N2BILION HUMAN RIGHTS SUITS TO PEACE CORPS OF NIGERIA. NIGERIAN COURT IN ABUJA GAVE ULTIMATUM TO IGP OF POLICE TO PAY N2BILION HUMAN RIGHTS SUITS TO PEACE CORPS OF NIGERIA. Reviewed by benedict odinaka on Friday, November 10, 2017 Rating: 5

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