[Politics]: Nnamdi Kanu Loses Court Case Against DSS DG

Taiwo adjourned the matter until April 13 for the hearing of the substantive application.

Nnamdi Kanu Loses Court Case Against DSS DG

Nnamdi Kanu Loses Court Case Against DSS DG

“A movement recorded by Nnamdi Kanu mentioning the Director-General of the Department of States Services (DSS) to give oral proof on his condition of wellbeing has been excused.

Equity Taiwo of the Federal High Court, Abuja excused the movement recorded by head of the prohibited Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB.

Administering on Wednesday, Justice Taiwo held that principal right cases are extraordinary cases “sui generis” which method of initiation are affirmation proof as recommended under Order 2, Rule 2 of the Fundamental Human Right Enforcement Procedure Rules, 2009.

Equity Taiwo said that however there were different methods of initiation of activity, including essential right cases, he said Kanu (candidate) decided to begin his “under the Fundamental Right Enforcement Procedure Rules that specifies testimony proof.”

He decided that after cautiously examining every one of the testimonies of the candidate and the respondents before him, he was of the view that there were no hopeless contentions in the affirmations.

The adjudicator, subsequently, declined to allow Kanu’s application and was as needs be excused.

Taiwo suspended the matter until April 13 for the becoming aware of the meaningful application.

Review that Justice Taiwo had, on March 7, fixed today for the decision on Kanu’s movement, recorded by his legal advisor, Maxwell Opara.

Opara, in the application, implored the court to coordinate the DSS DG and the IPOB pioneer to show up before it to give oral proof with respect to the ailment of the last option.



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