Why Igboho Wanted N500billion Damages From Nigerian Govt — Lawyer

Why Igboho Wanted N500billion Damages From Nigerian Govt — Lawyer

Advocates to Yoruba Nation activist, Sunday Adeyemo (Igboho), Yomi Alliyu (SAN), has revealed why he requested N500billion as compensation for his client. Information Guide Nigeria 

According to Sahara Reporters, Alliyu said his decision to ask for N500billion exemplary and aggravated damages for his client at an Oyo State High Court, was to caution the Department of State Security (DSS) officials from invading citizens houses.

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In his words: “There is a case that says when something is rampant and you want to stop it, you must ask for aggravated and exemplary damages. DSS personnel has been raiding citizens’ houses illegally. They won’t stop until this kind of damage is awarded against them. It is to act as a deterrent.” jamb results

He noted that the July 1 illegal invasion contributed to the huge loss, leaving the property of the victim vandalised.

“It is to deter them from further illegal raids and invasions” he buttressed.

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