The Lawyer of the detained leader of the indigenous people of Biafra (IPOB), who has been in the custody of the department of state services has sued DSS.
The Federal High Court charged Nnamdi Kanu in Abuja with terrorism, treasonable felony, unlawful possession of firearms and management of an unlawful society. He has been detained since, With his hearing still ongoing in court.
One of his lawyers, Maxwell Opara, has dragged the department of state service before Abuja’s federal high court for allegedly violating his fundamental human right.
In the suit, Opara demanded the sum of 50 milion for the infringement on his right. He alleged they interfered with his routine visit to his client, who is in their custody, and that’s against his fundamental human right to dignity of the human person.
He asked the court to compel DSS to offer a written apology and restrain them from interfering with his freedom of movement and routine visits to his client.