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Fundamental Rights: FHC Abuja Adjourns Case

The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has yet again adjourned the case seeking the enforcement of the Fundamental rights of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria to 23rd May, 2018.

The case had come up for mention on Thursday March 22, but one of the respondents in the case, the Attorney General of Federation (AGF) had filed an application to file out of time, and present a counter affidavit.

With no objection from the plaintiffs/applicants counsels, the initial request to file out of time was granted.

Consequently, a date had to be taken for adoption of all processes and hearing. The earliest convenient possible date was 23rd May, and the case was adjourned to that date for hearing.

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