ECOWAS Court orders Dasuki’s release, imposes N15 million fine on Nigerian Government

FILE PHOTO: Former NSA Sambo Dasuki and others arraigned over misappropriation at the FCT High Court in Abuja
FILE PHOTO: Former NSA Sambo Dasuki and others arraigned over misappropriation at the FCT High Court in Abuja

The Court of the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, on Tuesday declared the arrest and detention of former National Security Adviser, Sambo Dasuki, as unlawful and arbitrary.

The court also held that the further arrest of Mr. Dasuki by government on November 4, after he was granted bail by a court of law, amounts to a mockery of democracy and the rule of law.

Mr. Dasuki is facing multiple trials for alleged diversion of $2.1 billion meant for the purchase of arms in the immediate past administration.

He is also accused of illegal possession of fire arms.

He approached the ECOWAS court after he was rearrested by members of Nigeria’s State Security Service shortly after meeting his bail conditions in November last year.

He has remained in the custody of the SSS since his arrest.

On Tuesday, a three-member panel led by Justice Friday Nwoke said Nigeria’s government was wrong in arresting Mr. Dasuki without a search warrant, adding that the pattern of arrest negates the provisions of Section 28 of the Nigerian Police Act.

According to the said section, a superior police officer may authorise the search of a resident belonging to a suspect assumed to be in illegal possession of an item, if the officer so authorised has a search warrant.

The court also noted that Section 143 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act, ACJA, allows that where such a search is proposed by the police or other authorities, an application must first be made to a court of law and and granted after due consideration of the said application, in compliance with section 144 of the ACJA.

The court further said the submission of Nigerian government that it came with the search warrant to Mr. Dasuki’s house but could not give it to him, because officers at his residence resisted the security operatives, was ineffective in proving its points.

Acording to the judge, the search warrant presented before the ECOWAS court was not certified and therefore lacks verifiable authenticity.

The court said government failed to prove its reasons for arresting and detaining Mr. Dasuki, as documents presented before it only emphasised the allegations of fraud and illegal possession of arms.

It added that the ECOWAS court was not set to determine whether or not the possession of arms by Mr. Dasuki amounted to an offence or not.

It however decided that the arrest was unlawful, arbitrary and a violation of local and international rights to liberty.

The court ruled that Federal Government should pay a sum of N15 million as damages to Mr. Dasuki.

It also decided that the cost of litigation will be summed up and charged against the Nigerian government.


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  • Tori Osa

    Release him, pay him the 15 million, and even apologize, but he must return the looted money and stand trial. No distractions. He is an enemy of Nigeria.

    • Victoria

      Not the Ecowas judge that collect the bribe,it is Nigeria prosecutors who collected bribe and failed to document evidences intentionally.They know this will be the outcome. Have you seen any high prifile nigerian sentenced for looting nigeria fund?

      • Ade Omowest

        It has started this morning. Orubebe has just lost a case at CCT and the bigger ones will follow soon at other criminal courts of justice. Administration of Justice is slow in Nigeria due to our imperfect laws and the senior lawyers exploiting the loopholes to cover the politically exposed looters.

  • DanielOsazuwa

    When did we surrender our sovereignty to an informal court called Ecowas Court? The Judge must be a loony.

    Next base O jare.

  • Charles Kaye Okoye

    Ecowas court should come and take the money and over to Dasuki!

  • dudu

    Release him my foot!

    • okenwa

      Has buhari restore the lives of the youth corpers and innocent nigerians he killed after the 2011 elections?

  • Amir

    Ecowas court or IPOB court. That judge is igbo, na waa. Court indeed

    • haba mallam

      This ruling is an assult to our sovereignty, period. How can a regional court rule on the internal affiars of an independent country like Nigeria. The judge must be an Iboman or one of these fools from the Niger delta.

      • 9jaBrozz

        Nigeria signed the ECOWAS protocol & even sent a legal defence team to the court.

        Nations should not sign protocols they do not intend to respect.

      • igboham

        Yes – the British brought you all together , gave you your sovereignty meaning treat others as less than cattle.

        • okenwa

          Buhari has just sign another protocol in germany on climate change only for his baby minister of finance to complain few days later that western world is blocking her to build coal power plant in nigeria.

  • The Nigerian quagmire

    Ecowas court for where? Must be a joke.
    Ecowas can kiss our collective asses.

  • kusanagi

    Whether you like Dasuki or not for him to be granted bail and then re arrested smacks of lawlessness by law enforcement. It smells of someone high up wanting to ‘teach him a lesson’ such is the Nigerian way of doing things.

    If the govt have so little faith in the judiciary do something about it first and then arrest him. Crooks like Dasuki and his ilk will bide their time until someone new is president and all will be overturned because it stinks of lawlessness.

    The anti corruption crusade is dead on arrival. No one is anywhere near being convicted. Saraki is already laughing. Sylva has all his properties back. Buhari has failed.

  • Johndtruth

    “The court said government failed to prove its reasons for arresting and detaining Mr. Dasuki, as documents presented before it only emphasised the allegations of fraud and illegal possession of arms.”

    Wait did any of this commenters below read the above statement by the judge, or are they just APC Afonjas in action?

    Nigeria is a big joke of a country.

    • haba mallam

      He stole $2.1bln and distributed it among Johnathan cronies, the case is proved beyond any reasonable doubts. Where else in this world would someone steal this kind of money and granted a 100 mln naira bail. If it where in China he could have been dead by now.

      • Bayo Ola

        While one would not have liked to ignore court order, this is the best time to consider the interest of Nigeria over the interest of a regional court. Dasuki stole our money. His actions led to the death of many of our soldiers. ECOWAS court is out of its limit on this issue. Nonesense

        • okenwa

          Buhari’s words and statement led to the death of youths corpers and thousands of nigerians after 2011 elections and he is rewarded to sleep in aso rock.

      • share Idea

        Just like GE is investing $2.1B on Nigerian Railway. Government of liar for the liar and the gullible

      • maxy

        How can u ascertain he stole $2.1b? This is democracy and rule of law must be observed. After all all the hausa generals that ruined this country are still walking about heads high

        • Jon

          They looted Nigeria dry too. Buhari should stop being vindictive against Dasuki because he, Dasuki arrested him in 1983.

        • okenwa

          And they call them elder statemen.

      • Johndtruth

        Your name speaks volume. He stole $2.1b same song been sang by APC apologist with no proof. Abegii.. make i hear word with this fake $2.1b.

      • okenwa

        He stole and then distribute what he stole abi, that is very good of him.

    • isioku

      I am not here to defend Dasuki as i believe he must answer for the things he did while in office through the due process of law. But some of you seem to be mixing these things up. The question before the court was on the manner of Dasuki’s arrest and detention. It has nothing to do with alleged looting or possession of arms which is the domain of our national courts. Was Dasuki’s arrest lawful? If it was, did the FG prove by admissible documents that a warrant was served on him before they barged into his home? NO. I will blame the FG for losing this case because it failed to tender certified copies of the warrant of arrest it obtained to search Dasuki’s house and arrest him. From the judgement, it seems the FG followed the law by obtaining a warrant but its lazy lawyer failed to certify the warrant to prove their case in court! Every lawyer knows that a public document must be certfied to be admissible in court. If that was not done, the court will throw away the document for failing to comply with the evidence act. So blame the FG lawyer and not the court. You see, we should all be careful in this country. Some of these laws are made to protect the weak. A policeman has no right to enter your house to arrest you or search your place without a warrant issued by a judge. The only exception is when a crime is ongoing in your house. This is not the case here. As i often say, some of you that have high hopes about convicting these people should dilute your hopes so as not to be heartbroken when the case turns against the FG. You dont need to see the judge to kill a criminal trial. Sometimes, prosecutors or goverment lawyers sabotage these cases. A single crucial document withheld from the court by a government prosecutor could turn into a victory for the defence. Emphasis should be on building capacity of these government lawyers. Just as other civil servants they are often lazy and laid back. Pray, why should a sane lawyer tender an uncertified public document like a search warrant and expect a court to look at it? As the court noted, the issue of looting and possession of arms was not before them. Dasuki will continue his trial. But his illegal detention after being granted bail by our national court speaks volumes of the much touted rule of law.

  • NWODOH COLLINS

    Typical Nigerians….. They have started foaming in the mouth because the ruling didn’t favor them.

    • Arabakpura

      How can you enforce it?

      • igboham

        Same way Nigeria operates the rule of law. Ignore it.

      • okenwa

        Why do you have ecowas, icc courts is they are irrelivant.

        • Arabakpura

          Why do you have the Breton woods institutions in New York, including the United Nations that pander to the whims of the USA?

    • okenwa

      Truely foaming in the mouth and defercating through their anus.

  • agbobu

    THESE GANG OF VERY HARDENED CROOKS AND VERY SHAMELESS, HEARTLESS AND RECKLESS
    LOOTERS AND THIEVES SHOULD COUNT THEMSELVES VERY LUCKY THAT NIGERIA IS
    NOT A COUNTRY LIKE CHINA, WHERE THEY WILL BE EXECUTED BY FIRING SQUAD
    IF THEY ARE FOUND GUILTY OF OFFICIAL CORRUPTION AND LOOTING. NO MATTER
    HOW THEY TRY VERY HARD TO TWIST AND PLAY THE JUSTICE SYSTEM, THEY WILL
    FAIL VERY ABYSMALLY AS DEFINITELY THEY WILL SPEND MOST OF THE REMAINING
    OF THEIR VERY WRETCHED LIVES IN PRISON. IT IS NOT IF BUT WHEN AND I
    CAN ASSURE THEM VERY SOON. IF YOU CAN NOT DO THE TIME DO N
    mNOW THE CHIPS ARE DOWN, THE WIND HAS BLOWN AND NOW WE CAN SEE THE ASS OF
    THE CHICKEN AS IS THE POPULAR ADAGE IN THE NIGER DELTA. THOSE WHO LIVE
    BY THE SWORD MUST DIE BY THE SWORD. IF YOU CAN NOT DO THE TIME , DO NOT
    DO THE CRIME. EVERY DAY IS FOR THE THIEF BUT ONE DAY IS FOR THE OWNER.
    WE THE PEOPLE THE MASSES WILL HAVE THE VERY LAST LAUGH AND IT IS GOING
    TO BE A VERY SWEET AND A VERY LOUD LAUGH. WHO SAYS THAT THE ALMIGHTY GOD
    IS NOT VERY GREAT. WE WILL SEE THESE CRIMINALS HAVE THEIR DAYS IN COURT
    AND IF FOUND GUILTY MUST BE VERY SEVERELY PUNISHED

  • Unenforceable judgement

  • Rommel

    The ECOWAS court can shove their judgement up their noses as it is inconsequential,Dasuki is a criminal and would remain inside sanko until he purges himself of the wickedness and reveal what he knows about Boko Haram war and the betrayal of Nigeria then afterwards serve at least 30yrs for his crimes against Nigeria which means that his life will still end in prison.

    • igboham

      Yes it is a big crime to arrest Buhari during a coup against him though no one prosecuted him for the coup against Shagari. You guys are funny.

      • Jehoshua Sowola

        You lack knowledge of history. Buhari was actually imprisoned for 3 years after his govt was overthrown by Babangida in a coup

        • igboham

          He was arrested by dasuki not imprisoned sir. was he imprisoned for overthrowing Shagari?

          • Jehoshua Sowola

            He was actually imprisoned for 3 years. Dasuki was allegedly one of the junior officers who arrested him

          • igboham

            I see a difference between arrest and imprisonment. Do you?

    • Alhaji

      5000 years will be feasible for supporting his boys, Boko Haram who killed over 40000 innocent people in Nigeria.

  • Idara-Etuk

    Well, it’s about time we exited ECOWAS. The ECOWAS court judge can wipe his bribe collecting ass with the judgement documents. Mad people!!

    • kingjayzy

      Had it been the Ecowas court had favored Nigeria now then it will be nice and competent, Nigeria is a member of the Ecowas union and they have made it clear, RELEASE DASUKI….period!

      • Idara-Etuk

        Dasuki’s not leaving Kuje prison anytime soon. You’d just have to get used to that. There are probably over a million things the present Nigerian government have and are still doing wrongly, but trust me, keeping Dasuki in prison is definitely not one of them. Dasuki will be prosecuted for his actions while he was in government and no ECOWAS court/judge can do nowt about it. Kapish?!!

        • kingjayzy

          Nigerians are all criminals not only Dasuki, am sure u know what am talking about?

          • okenwa

            Buhari said so.

      • okenwa

        Why do you waste your time on idiots.

  • igboham

    The Nigerian government has been hijacked and personalized in Buhari’s military and expensive image. The country as usual becomes Buhari’s father’s vine yard and her citizens his handmaids to do as he pleases and when he pleases. The tragedy is that Nigerians accept his garbage and some even without exposure to anything better adore it. Dasuki is one of many such wanton destruction of any pretense to humanity not to mention human rights. It is Buhari and his government’s behaviour that makes Nigeria a zoo ran amok. The good think is that the civilized world is paying attention for those who can afford to challenge the Nigerian asylum called government.

  • javscong javscong

    What rubbish!!! ECOWAS court telling us how to prosecute cases within our jurisdiction and constitution? I say F…k that court. Dasuki has contravened our laws and MUST face the full sanctions of the laws of Nigeria. I honestly think it is time we reviewed our ties with this rubbish called ECOWAS. All it does to us is “milk” our economy and now it wants to interfere with our jurisprudence. The government must show real character by refusing to bow to a bunch of renegade countries that essentially live off our resources. Let Dasuki remain in custody and face his trial or meet the bail conditions set and be placed on 24 hour watch. That man is a real danger to our country and must never be let out of sight of security agents.

    • Igbo politician why?

      Do you have law?

      • Sean

        Yes we do! And it’s the law we have Dasuki is facing.. Thank you

        • okenwa

          Lets see how nigerian govt respond.

  • ijelejames

    ECOWAS, go and sit down. This man fleeced us and it our business what we make of him.

  • Kollinghton

    @kusanagi …If an Ecowas’ single Court ruling in favor of Dasuki should call for a watered down anti-corruption crusade of Nigeria, you might as well pronounce Nigeria, including you, dead. The ‘Bring back our girls’ fight can be presumed dead because because none of the abducted girls are non-members of your family or tribesmen. The 7Nigerian image can be presumed dead because agitators, like you, for a separate nation couldn’t care less.
    It remains to be seen how the government reacts to the Ecowas’ court rulings which, in my own opinion is nothing but anot her sign of corruption fighting back.

    • kusanagi

      Kollinghton there is no anti corruption crusade. When you look at the facts objectively all you have is window dressing. No one will be convicted. Maybe the establishment will serve up a head or two (Dasuki and perhaps Metuh?) A few on here will then lavish praise on Buhari’s anti corruption war. But really deep down we know…

      Buhari’s incapable of fighting corruption and yes, I voted for him and did believe he could change things. I mean if not Buhari who else, right? I mean look at the ministers. Why not go for incorruptibles?

      Lets stop pretending things are going to change any time soon. We’re mere onlookers of proxy wars between mafioso style Godfathers. Tinibu’s, Sarakis, Atikus etc The public are way to docile and corrupt themselves to do anything about it.

  • Sean

    Ecowas Judge Nwoke, where did I hear that name before? Anti Nigeria bloody biafran, Nwoke took bribe and distributed it to other West African Judges. Dasuki is facing our law on embezzlement, gross disregard for public funds and what becomes of the soldiers who died fighting Boko Haram with little or no arms courtesy of Dasuki sharing the arms money among the political few. The Nigerian Govt as a result of this fake invalid ruling should extend Dasukis detention.

  • Aminu Baba

    Rubbish. This so-called ECOWAS court is out to make a mockery of itself. What’s the use of issuing judgements that not worth the paper they they are written on?’

  • M RABIU MUSA

    IF IT’S POOR THEY WILL SACK HIM TIL END OF HIS LIFE!! THIS HOW NIGERIAN THEY KEEP ON GOING ONCE U HAVE MONEY U AR ABOVE THE LAW.

  • Gabriel Olasebikan

    I see so many commentators condemning this judgement. First and foremost, what is Dasuki charged to court for?

    • Es3

      Don’t mind the APC e-rats who want to only want to see Nigeria become a police state where only APC members are saints and all others are guilty as charged!

      Is that the same way the condemned EFCC when they returned Bayelsa State Timipre Sylva’s 48 houses to him without charging him to court and having judgement entered against EFCC by a court of competent jurisdiction???!

      No! They returned all that and more to him just cos as an APC member, as such he is a saint!!!

      Buhari/APC corruption fight my foot!

  • Gary

    The APC media mob is out in force and have become Wailing Wailers over a court ruling that they don’t like. Great democrats and upholders of the rule of law, you all are!

    No wonder Buhari has been unable to secure a conviction against all those his regime has tried and convicted in the media, rather than the courtroom.

    You have become victims of your own propaganda: smearing political opponents as thieves before the world but unable to establish it in court. Unfortunately, Buhari is no longer an Army dictator who can convene kangaroo tribunals to jail anyone he dislikes for as long as he wants.

    Nigeria is the prime mover of ECOWAS and its institutions geared towards reaping the benefits of regional integration. We now have irate dunderheads calling for Buhari to undermine the very organization we have spent treasure and effort to set up.

    When the Supreme Court rules in favour of Wike in Rivers State, then it’s populated by corrupt judges who should be sacked to clean up the judiciary. Even Falana and Sagay chime in with the mob.
    But when the same Supreme Court mocks commonsense and Justice to award votes that were never cast for Bello to become Kogi State Governor, then nary a comment or reasoned opinion is heard from the mob and regime cronies.
    This is what has become of the rule of law and due process since Nigerians committed the mistake of 2015.

  • Egbuhuzor Chinomso Collins

    Good and fine. I suggest to the Nigerian government to take the looting case against Dasuki to the court back and let’s see the kind of nonsense judgement it will give. How many times has the EU court or ASIEN court listened to cases of jail sentence or death by hanging that some European and Asian countries give against their citizens respectively? What did the ICJ in the Hague do when America killed Osama and Ghaddafi? What did parent courts in the Americas do when Maddof ( the highest fraudster in American history) was sentenced? It’s high time we took things seriously in Africa. Rule of law, rule of law. What was the rule of law doing when Dasuki was stealing from Nigeria?

    • Lateef Kadiku

      Well spoken

  • OKOROSONG

    Not surprised by the vituperation of Nigerians who begrudge the ruling of ECOWAS just because the judgement falls below the expectations of NIGERIA FACTOR. Well, such argument without reasons, enforcement of law devoid of the rule of law, presumptions based on political and economic correctness and not facts are typical of proudly Nigerians. The day I gave up on Nigeria was the day a police officer argued that the president is the rule of law and law himself and whatever the president said he doesn’t want becomes illegal and unlawful. This typical Nigeria law enforcement officer further stated thus, ” ‘who is the court? Who appoints those judges, is it not the president.? When you engage a typical Nigerian on the subject of what corruption is, then you actually realise that a Nigerian has his own unique do toward written by either his religious leader, political Godfather, benefactor and ethnic idols. Thiers are different from universal concept. It’s only in Nigeria that you hear a high Court Judge rule against application for bail on the ground that the accused will commit the same offence for which he was alleged and not even tried or being convicted.. Then a carpenter would challenge a judge pointing to him the legal provision of presumption of innocence until otherwise proven guilty as charged. Only in Nigeria will a person under corruption investigation will get discharged and acquired once he decanted from his political party to join the ruling party. The list is endless. Now, in Nigeria, you are wrong in your argument, perceived corrupt or guilty of it once you discent from the options of the ruling carpal. Indeed, there was a country.

  • Lateef Kadiku

    Does ecowas court have any jurisdiction over nigeria, if so, where have they been all the while?

    • Gary

      Yes, they do since Nigeria is a signatory to the protocols of the organization and its institutions. Dasuki’s legal team is earning it’s keep by exploring all possible legal avenues to defend its client.
      Now other Nigerians will know that they have a recourse beyond our national courts and their bizarre rulings. Though in this case, it is the govt. ignoring a valid court ruling to grant the accused bail after he met the stringent conditions.

      It is also the govt. that is dragging its feet in proceeding with the prosecution of Dasuki after telling the whole world that they have a slam dunk case against him.
      All of a sudden, they want their witnesses to testify in camera after they had stripped the accused naked in the public square.

      • Lateef Kadiku

        Thanks for the information.

    • Dingusta

      Possibly promoting BOKO HARAM in killing innocent Nigerians, including our gallant Military that brought proud to Nigeria abroad, but forced to take refuge to smaller neighbouring African countries. Sorry Sentiment.

  • dami

    ECOWAS jokers! the court’s judgements are only persuasive / obligatory and not binding or mandatory!
    meanwhile those that have calling Nigeria a zoo and castigating northerners are all of a sudden Dasuki’s friend…! ..when we say some people are not serious they will take offence…now they have just proven that its theft and retention of looted funds that is their objective & end game!…pls excuse me for thinking that it was for genuine self determination and restructuring.

    professional wailers have now become professional jokers.

    • Reality

      Your comment shows that you ‘re from the zoological Republic of Nigeria.

  • Ade Omowest

    Dasuki can proceed from ECOWAS Court to African Union (AU) Court and then United Nations (UN) Court, no problem. Meanwhile, the prosecution of Sambo Dasuki is in progress in Nigerian Courts, even up to Supreme Court if necessary.

    • Whalerolex

      I believe you want positive change in Nigeria but you also being sentimental in your judgement.
      From the above, shows the govt has no right to keep this guy but people like you are just adamant one issue that actually is of no benefit to you. This guy is simply where he is for reasons best known to Buhari. If we are talking of his charges, he has been granted bail so what? I have not said he does not have a case to answer but why keep him for no reason.

      • Mufu Ola

        Govt has no right to keep him? You want him loose to plot assassinations on vital witnesses.Abi?The judge that granted him bail said it does not stop him from being arrested for other offences.This rogue is swimming in numerous offences.

        • Whalerolex

          Your name has said it all.

        • Eze Epraim

          Mufu your sin wars than Dasuki

  • Reality

    Shame to Buhari and co. Lol

    • Akilu Kinging

      Shame to u people back dasuki corruption group

  • Commentsfile..!!!

    Reading through this judgment given by the ECOWAS court through Mr Nwoke,
    I see no bias in the judgment. the problem the prosecution always have is being
    unable to prepare better before filling court cases, same issue is still playing out when
    prosecuting the fraud cases today in Nigeria, people are charged with up to 100 counts
    or above, at times, amendments set in when the FG notice the case file maybe be thrown
    out, knowing the charges are hollow and can never be proven beyond reasonable doubt.
    I think its a well deserved case won by Mr Dasuki and his team. the judgment was clear..
    NO valid arrest WARRANT was served on the defendant, NO additional charges from the
    FG by which he should be detained for having met his INITIAL bail condition as pronounced
    by the court for the charges the prosecution took him to court for. Buhari should understand
    that this is no more just a Nigeria thing.. his democratic credentials are now on test since
    member countries are now involved. the AGF should get serious but before then Mr Dasuki
    should be paid his well deserved 15mil.. better justice through the court than the call for Dasuki´s
    relase by the NDA thugs.

  • thusspokez

    The odious Dasuki is obviously despised by many Nigerians but like every Nigerian, he is entitled to due process. Of course, those who are too sentimental and often incapable of separating sentimentalism from rationalism will fail to see the merits and implication of the ECOWAS judgement.

    This judgement is an indictment of the Nigeria government failure to do things as prescribed by its own laws. Nigeria as a democratic country is incapable of following its own laws and due process. Blame not the ECOWAS judges but the inept and outlaw Nigerian law enforcement agencies. After all, one of the ECOWAS judge is a Nigerian.

  • Ewens Lawson

    This very ruling (not judgement) by the ECOWAS Court is interesting in one respect: It reminds me of the underpinning disparity between COURT OF LAW, and COURT OF JUSTICE. Ecowas court depicts the former. We are for justice in the case of Emperor Dasuki.

  • Mr B

    Nnamdi Kanu will get Justice at the Ecowas Court tomorrow the 5th of October 2016.

  • Mufu Ola

    That ECOWAS must be disbanded.They are stupid.Let them & free the thief & collect 15m.They think Nigeria is Benin Republic?

    • Biddy

      You just show that a lot of Nigerians are as chicken brained as Buhari!

    • suleiman

      Mufu or fufu you call yourself, there is nothing in your coconut head except fufu made from rotten cassavah. Any body with a brain will not say what you said here. Please go and get yourself some good education! So who should dismand the ECOWAS? Very soon you will ask for the UN to be disbanded, right?

  • George

    Will the useless president obey the court ruling?

    Yeye people.

  • Mohammed Adamu

    with clear proved fraud of $2.1billion meant for the purchase of arms and illegally possession of fire arms thats to say the said law and rule of law is not law and is justice is just speeches that can be manipulated at any time and by anybody do you know thousand of life were lost including nigeria army because they were not provided with good standard and highly arms and ammunition and you present case before the court of law that the said person’s detention is unlawful and arbitrary. a thief is thief with a cleared proved.

  • Man_Enough

    We should stop attending to summons from ecowas court.

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