A suspected web fraudster, Ismaila Mustapha popularly often called Mompha has filed a Fundamental Rights Enforcement Suit earlier than the Lagos High Court to problem his continued detention by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
In the application dated November 14 and introduced pursuant to Section 34-36 and Section 46(1) & (2) of the 1999 Constitution, Mompha is asking the court to declare that his continued detention for the reason that October 22, on the orders of a Lagos Magistrate Court which order expired on November 4, is illegal and constitutes a gross violation of his proper to private liberty.
He additionally needs the court to declare that the failure of the EFCC to cost and arraign him in court is unconstitutional.
He is due to this fact looking for an order of the court directing the EFCC release him from custody, unconditionally.
He’s additionally looking for an order of perpetual injunction restraining the EFCC or any particular person performing on its behalf from arresting and detaining him in relation to the subject material of this suit with out recourse to the due strategy of legislation.
He’s claiming damages within the sum of N5m in opposition to the EFCC for what he calls, his illegal detention.
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