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ADJARHO
V.
IGP & ORS

(2021) JELR 108832 (CA)    

Court of Appeal  ·  CA/AS/355/2019 ·  16 Sep 2021 ·  Nigeria
CORAM
Mohammed Ambi-Usi Danjuma, JCA Biobele Abraham Georgewill, JCA Abimbola Osarugue Obaseki-Adejumo, JCA

Ratio Decidendi

Core Terms Beta
court
law
6th respondent
respondents
10th respondents
8th respondents
6th respondents
court of law
claims of the appellant
inspector general of police
10th respondent
civil transaction
documentary evidence
fundamental rights
judgment of the court
loan transaction
personal liberty of the applicant
10th respondents’ joint brief
1st-4th
9th-10th respondents
constitution of the federal republic of nigeria
continuous arrest
leaflets of his cheque book
act of the 5th defendant
acts of the respondents
aggrieved party
appellant’s brief
breach of the applicant
case of the appellant
charge nos.mu
civil transaction of loan of the sum
complaint of the 6th respondent
criminal complaint of issuance of dud cheques
dignity of a person
due consideration of the evidence
due date
family life
issuance of a dud cheque
issue of dud cheques
judgment of the high court of delta state
leading judgment
men of the 5th defendant
order of perpetual injunction
prosecution of such person
protection of his fundamental right
purported issuance of the cheques
reasonable facts of the commission of some offences
respondent brief
said sum of n3,300,000

BIOBELE ABRAHAM GEORGEWILL, J.C.A. (Delivering the Leading Judgment): This is an appeal against the judgment of the High Court of Delta State, Coram: Anthony Olotu Akpovi J., in Suit No. UHC/19/2018: Oduaran Adjarho v. Inspector General of Police and Ors delivered on 28/3/2019, wherein the claims of the Appellant as Applicant against the Respondents were dismissed for lacking in merit.

The Appellant was peeved with the said judgment and had promptly appealed against it vide a Notice of Appeal filed on 29/3/2019 on ten grounds of appeal at pages 213 -221 of the Record of Appeal. The Record of Appeal was duly transmitted to this Court on 14/6/2019. The Appellant’s brief was filed on 14/6/2019. The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 9th and 10th Respondents’ Joint brief was filed on 23/2/2021. The 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th Respondents did not file any Respondent brief.

​At the hearing of this appeal on 21/6/2021, I. O. Obare Esq., learned counsel for the Appellant adopted the Appellant’s brief as his argumen…

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