Staff at the State House in Abuja have taken an oath of secrecy and warned that disclosing confidential information without authorisation will attract penalties under public service rules. The warning … Continue Reading Aso Villa staff made to take oath of secrecy
The Islamic scholar made these revelations as he addressed a Muslim gathering
But the Yoruba separatist leader, whose real name is Sunday Adeyemo, will remain in the custody of the Republic of Benin pending the conclusion of the case against him.
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President Buhari will also hold a bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
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The law professor, in an interview with BBC Yoruba, complained that the police in Benin Republic handcuffed the hands of his client five days after his arrest.
It was gathered that the 48-year-old activist resorted to the option after he was arrested on Monday, July 19, 2021, by the International Criminal Police Organisation
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Justice Ojukwu subsequently ordered that Sowore and Bakare be released on bail but the DSS disobeyed the order for several weeks.
He is expected to be arraigned for immigration-related offenses in Benin Republic later today
Igboho and his wife, Ropo, have been kept in police custody in Cotonou since Monday night while his lawyers are in talks with the Beninise government to secure his release and stop his extradition.
Before then, the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), had presented Buratai’s nomination to the Senate and the upper chamber of the National Assembly had confirmed the ex-COAS’ nomination despite public outcry of some crimes against humanity allegedly committed by the Nigerian Army under Buratai’s leadership.
The heckler condemned the Super Falcons for supporting a “terrorist organisation.”
A 1984 Treaty and an African Charter will prevent the government of Benin Republic from giving Igboho to Nigeria.