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HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION: ECOWAS COURT THROWS OUT CASE BY A FORMER NIGERIAN MILITARY OFFICER

An ECOWAS Court panel of three judges has dismissed a suit filed by Lt Col. Silas Jock Santoi, a retired Nigerian military officer, alleging the violation of his human rights by the Federal Republic of Nigeria over his compulsory retirement in 2006 for allegedly pursuing a University degree without the authorization of the Chief of Army Staff.

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altECOWAS COURT DISMISSES SUIT BY NIGERIAN MEDIA EXECUTIVE AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT OVER THE DESTRUCTION OF NEWSPAPER AND TELEVISION STATION


The ECOWAS Court of Justice on 22nd January, 2019 dismissed a suit brought by a Nigerian businessman and media executive asking for N10.2 billion naira in compensation from the government of the Republic of Nigeria for the destruction of his television station and newspaper outfit by agents of the government 25 years ago.

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altECOWAS COURT TO DELIVER ITS DECISION ON ALLEGED HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION CASE AGAINST THE LIBERIAN GOVERNMENT

The ECOWAS Community Court of Justice will on Wednesday, 6th February 2019 deliver judgement in a suit brought by Dexter Oil and Gas, a Liberian registered company, urging the Court to order the release of its 3 million dollars withheld by the government for on the ground of being a suspicious transaction.

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altECOWAS COURT TO DELIVER RULING ON HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION FILED BY MEDIA EXECUTIVE ALLEGING THE DESTRUCTION OF MEDIA HOUSE BY NIGERIAN OFFICIALS

The ECOWAS Court of Justice will on 22nd January, 2019 rule on whether it has jurisdiction to hear a case brought by a Nigerian business and media executive alleging the gross violation of his fundamental human rights by the Federal Republic of Nigeria following the destruction of his television station and newspaper outfit by agents of the government on 13th May 1994.

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