(2018) JELR 46302 (CA)    

Court of Appeal  ·  CA/E/626/2014 ·  23 Feb 2018 ·  Nigeria
HELEN MORONKEJI OGUNWUMIJU Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria TOM SHAIBU YAKUBU Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria MISITURA OMODERE BOLAJI-YUSUFF Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria
Core Terms Beta
1st appellant
1st respondent
exhibit a
legal advice
legal department
brief of argument
incessant calls
judgment of the anambra state high court
personal liberty
prima facie case
further investigation
incessant phone calls of the applicant
learned trial judge
legal department of efcc
order of perpetual injunction
probative value
2nd respondent
above finding
alleged unsigned investigation report of the appellant
anonymous calls
case file
case files
considered judgment
court processes
efcc office
following orders
heavy reliance
helen moronkeji ogunwumiju
investigation report
investigation team
judgment of the learned trial judge
law enforcement officer
leading judgment
mere fact
misitura omodere bolaji-yusuff
office of the 2nd appellant
phone number
proper identification of law enforcement officers
purported investigation report of the appellants
respondents case file
result of the actions of the respondents
staff of chicason group of companies
tom shaibu yakubu
trial court
trial judge
trite law

MISITURA OMODERE BOLAJI-YUSUFF, J.C.A.(Delivering the Leading Judgment): This is an appeal against the judgment of the Anambra State High Court delivered in suit no. OT/MISC.520/2012 on 6/6/2012 on an application made by the respondent for the enforcement of her fundamental right wherein she sought the following reliefs:

1. A declaration that consistent harassment, threat to arrest, detain, torture or deal with the applicant by the 1st respondent is likely to infringe the applicants right to dignity of human person, personal liberty and freedom of movement guaranteed under Sections 33, 34, 35 and 41 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 as amended.

2. A declaration that incessant phone calls of the applicant by the 1st respondent without disclosing his identity and with series of threats to deal with the applicant anywhere she is seen and inordinate demand of money from the applicant are likely to infringe on the applicants right to life, personal liberty and freed…

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