The court also awarded N10 million damages against the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC).
Secondus had approached the court to enforce his fundamental human rights, which he claimed were violated by EFCC.
In the motion before the court, he asked Justice Tsho to declare his arrest and detention illegal. He also asked the court to award damages against the commission.
In his ruling, the judge said, “The first prayer of the applicant is hereby granted and the sum of N10million damages is hereby awarded against the respondent (EFCC)”.
A month ago, EFCC arrested Secondus for illegally receiving buses on behalf of his party. The anti-graft agency then asked him to return the buses.
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