Nnamdi Kanu’s Lawyer Drags Nigeria Police To Court, Demands N2 Billion

Nnamdi Kanu’s Lawyer

Feanyi Ejiofor, counsel to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has formally dragged the Nigeria Police Force to the Federal High Court over an alleged invasion of his house and killing of four occupants.

Ejiofor in the legal action instituted on his behalf by Maxwell Okpara, is asking the court for an order to compel police to pay him the sum of N2 billion as compensatory and damages for the burning of his house and shooting of his aged mother by the police at his Oraifite hometown in Anambra State on December 2.

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Other defendants in the suit marked FHC/ABJ/CS/135/19 and sited by Akelicious included, Inspector General of Police, Commissioner of Police, Area Commander, Divisional Police (DPO) in Anambra State, the Nigerian Army, Chief of Army Staff, Federal Republic of Nigeria and Attorney General of the Federation.

Plaintiff, who claimed to have been called to bar over 17 years ago, is asking the court to restrain the respondents, their agents, and privies from further harassing, intimidating, threatening his life and destroying his house and other properties.

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