The suit was hinged on what they described as violation of multiple judgments and orders of court to release Emefiele.
The Department of State Services has said the suspended Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Godwin Emefiele had been charged to court.
Oyebanji, represented by his Deputy, Monisade Afuye, gave the directive on Sunday, when he visited Omotoso’s family at Imesi-Ekiti, Ayekire Local Government Area of the state to sympathise with them on the devastating incident.
Spokesman for DSS, Dr Peter Afunanya, said this in a statement issued on Sunday.
The commission was reacting to a report that the Department for State Services, DSS stormed one of the commission’s offices and carted away files implicating the president and his close aides.
The secret police had raised the alarm in a statement by its Public Relations Officer, Dr. Peter Afunanya, on Thursday.
The DSS had on October 18, 2021 arraigned a teenager before the court on one count charge of cyber-stalking.
Ajulo’s call is imperative in order to avoid infringing on the accused fundamental rights.
The secret police made this known in a statement issued by its Public Relations Officer, Dr. Peter Afunanya, on Thursday.
Relatedly, some respected legal personalities namely, Olisa Agbakoba SAN, Mike Ozekhome SAN and Femi Falana SAN opined that the Service operates outside its mandate especially with regards to the investigation of Godwin Emefiele.
DSS in a rebuttal titled: “DSS operates within its Mandate” written Tuesday by its Public Relations Officer, Dr Peter Afunanya also replied some senior Lawyers who accused the agency of operating outside its constitutional mandate, noting that the recent Court order obtained by Emefiele directing access to his counsels and family members was nothing to celebrate about, as the outfit has never denied the suspended CBN boss any access.
The suspect, Alasan Sabo, was arrested in Garun Gabas, two months after he set up a workshop in the town.
This was disclosed in a statement on Saturday by the spokesperson for the secret police, Peter Afunanya.
Justice Hamza Muazu of the Court made the order Friday even as he emphasised that access is a constitutional right of Emefiele.
This is coming just hours after his indefinite suspension by President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, announced on Tuesday.
The school had issued a letter in response to a request by a respected member of the Kogi East Elders Forum, Prof. Hassan Isah, for the authentication of Yakubu’s testimonial.
Details of the arrest still remained sketchy as at the time of filling this report.
Justice Donatus Okorowo gave the order in a ruling he delivered on an ex-parte motion on behalf of the ex-Governor.
This was contained in a statement issued by the Service’s Public Relations Officer, Dr. Peter Afunanya, on Thursday in Abuja.
The spokesman of the DSS, Dr. Peter Afunanya, made this known in a statement he issued on Sunday.