Ejiofor vs Offor: Defendant’s failure to show up, court adjourns case

Obinwannem News Ejiofor vs Offor: Defendant's failure to show up, court adjourns case

The fundamental Rights Action filed by Bar. Ifeanyi Ejiofor before the Federal High Court Awka wherein he is seeking reparation in the sum of 5 Billion Naira against the Nigerian Police,

Chief of Army Staff and the Nigerian Army, for murderous invasion of his home, bloodletting, carnage, killings of innocent and unarmed civilians, looting of high degree, burning down of his entire household of six buildings and burning down almost half of his village destroying over 42 buildings, has been adjourned to 5th February due to the absence of the defendants.

Reports have it that the above-mentioned crimes against humanity were masterminded by Emeka Orakwue Offor.

The case was heard in the court on Wednesday 15th February but recorded some backslidings because the police were not represented and have not filed any counter to Bar. Ejiofor’s claims, claims which are well supported by unassailable and impeccable facts.

Consequently, the court has against the backdrop of the failure of the Police to defend their mess, adjourned the matter to the 5th day of February 2020 for definite hearing.

The presiding judge, His Lordship Hon. Justice Quadri of the Federal High Court no. 2, Awka, proceeded to direct that all Respondents on record should be served with hearing Notices against the hearing now scheduled for the 5th day of February 2020.

Nwada Ugochinyere Onyechere reporting, Obinwannem News

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