A law firm, Falana & Falana’s Chambers representing the Oromoni family in search of justice for their murdered son, has challenged the Police to invite Kemi Olunloyo to question her allegations of Sylvester’s death.
He said: “If a family pays a ransom to secure freedom of their abducted ones; they should approach the courts and demand a refund of the amount paid because the primary responsibility of government is to secure the people.”
“Nigerians have the fundamental right to demonstrate for or against the federal government without official fiat the Presidency has no power to stop any peaceful protest in the country.
A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, SAN, Mr Femi Falana has shared his view on the decision of the Independent National…
“In view of the agreement between counsel, I hereby order the first and second defendants to maintain the status quo, pending the determination of the case,” the judge added.