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Tuesday, 1 November 2016

COURT CASE UPDATE: IPOB SUIT STALLED AS NIGERIA CONTINUES SHOW OF SHAME

COURT CASE UPDATE: IPOB SUIT STALLED AS NIGERIA CONTINUES SHOW OF SHAME

By Prince Ugochukwu Olisakwe and Moses Agbo
For Family Writers

Today been the first day of November, 2016, the Indigenous People of Biafra were today present at the  fifth floor, court room two of the Federal High court Abuja. A case which was expected to hold today was filed by the 2nd and 3rd defendants, Mazi Benjamin Mmadubugwu and David Nwawisi against the Federal Government of Nigeria,
DSS and Attorney General, for the violation of their human rights:

However, it was quite unfortunate that the court proceedings could not hold today. The workers at the Federal High Court gave reasons, stating that the judges are on a work-shop conference.
 No earlier information was passed in respect to the unavailable of the judge or neither was the Counsels given any information about the development.

Scores of people who were present around the court premises to attend different hearings were today stranded as all cases were adjourned till further notice.

Biafrans from both Biafraland and Nigeria were also present in court, as were also disappointed with the poor information management of Nigerian judiciary.

Edited by Paul Ihechi Alagba
For Family Writers.

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