By Eric Ikhilae, Abuja
A Federal Higher Courtroom in Abuja has ordered the Inspector-General of Police and two other people to prosecute a businessman, Chika Ikenga, and his firm, Eunisell Chemical substances Confined, for forgery and other rates.
Also to be affected by the order are Deputy Inspector Standard (DIG) DIG Michael Anthony Ogbizim of the Fore Criminal Investigation Office (FCID) and Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Augustine Sanomi, who is the Commissioner of Police, Legal at the FCID.
Justice Taiwo Taiwo gave the buy in a judgment on a match marked: FHC/ABJ/CS/1580/2019 filed by Kenneth Amadi, Hapiness Amadi and Idip Nigeria Confined for, among the other individuals, an order of mandamus, persuasive the respondents to refile a cost before filed by the law enforcement from Ikenga, Suraj Yakubu and Eunisell Substances, but withdrawn by the law enforcement.
The plaintiffs experienced sought to compel the IGP, Ogbozi and Sanomi to refile charge marked: CR/361/2018 and prosecute Ikenga, Yakubu and Eunisell Chemical compounds on “offences of phony information and facts, forgery and fake personation” as contained in the charge which the police previously filed on October 5, 2018 but withdrew on February 26, 2019.
Justice Taiwo, in the judgment specified on November 16, 2020, a duplicate of which was sighted on November 25, 2020, mentioned: “Having thought of the regulation and the info before me, this court hereby grants the prayer sought by the applicant.