In a significant development, Justice Binta Nyako of the esteemed Federal High Court has made a ruling granting the request of the detained leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu. This ruling allows Mr. Kanu the privilege of accessing the medical doctor of his own choosing while he remains in the custody of the State Security Service.
In a recent court ruling, it has been determined that Kanu has the right to select his own medical doctor. However, it is important to note that any associated expenses will be the responsibility of the applicant, Kanu.
In a recent development, Justice Nyako has made a ruling regarding the case of Kanu, stating that during his time in investigative custody under the DSS, he has the right to undergo a medical examination. However, it is important to note that the cost of this examination will be borne by Kanu himself.
In a recent development, Kanu, the plaintiff, has taken legal action through his esteemed team of lawyers, led by the renowned Prof. Mike Ozekhome, SAN. The plaintiff has filed a suit seeking an order of mandamus, urging the security agency to grant him unrestricted access to his personal physicians.
In a recent legal development, the plaintiff has made a formal request to the court for an order of mandamus. This order, if granted, would direct the plaintiff to be granted access to both a medical doctor and the associated records.
In a groundbreaking ruling, the court has determined that Kanu is indeed entitled to access his medical record, and the DSS has been prohibited from interfering with this fundamental right.
In a groundbreaking ruling, the court has determined that the medical examination of Kanu, the prominent figure at the center of the controversy, must take place under the watchful eye of his own team of medical professionals. This decision ensures that the examination remains impartial and transparent. Additionally, the court has emphasized the importance of sealing the reports for security reasons. This development marks a significant step forward in the ongoing legal proceedings surrounding Kanu’s case.
In a recent ruling, Justice Nyako has declared that the application, in its entirety, has been successful and is now officially granted.