I Was Denied Food In Prison, Nigerian Man Accused Of Kidnapping 'Takoradi Girls' Tells Ghana Court
John Orji, who was captured from neighboring Togo a year ago, asserted he is asthmatic and expected to eat great food, however he was being denied the chance.
ne of the two Nigerians captured regarding the seizing of the Takoradi young ladies shocked the Sekondi High Court on Wednesday when he told the managing judge that he was not being given enough food in the detainment facilities where he was anticipating trials.
John Orji, who was captured from neighboring Togo a year ago, guaranteed he is asthmatic and expected to eat great food, yet he was being denied the chance.
"My handlers are not dealing with my wellbeing. I'm asthmatic and the medication I'm being given requires satisfactory food, however I'm not getting that," Ghanaweb cited him to have said at the court.
The managing judge, Justice Adjei-Frimpong, alluded the issue to the jail to take great consideration of him and demanded lawful portrayal for the two suspects, including Sam Udoetuk Wills.
Ondo Guber:APC Finally clears 12 applicants for the Primary political race
The All Progressives Congress (APC) screening advance board of trustees for the Ondo governorship essential political race has presented its report.
The report was introduced to the Governor Mai Mala Buni-drove APC Caretaker Committee.
The advisory group cleared twelve applicants to challenge the primaries.
They are Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, Joseph Olusola Iji, Odimayo Okunjemi John, Olayide Owolabi Adelami, Kekemeke Duerimini Isaac, Olusola Oke Alex, Ifeoluwa Olusola Oyedele.
Others are Olajumoke Olubusola Anifowoshe, Awodeyi Akinsehinwa Akinola, Adetula Olubukola Olarogha, Abraham Olusegen Michael and Nathaniel O. Adojutelegan.
The APC essential political decision is planned for July 20, 2020.
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) had fixed October 10, 2020 for the governorship survey.
President Muhammadu Buhari's Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina, has said the greeting of the suspended acting Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Ibrahim Magu, by the Justice Ayo Salami-drove Presidential board was to his greatest advantage.
Adesina expressed this while talking on Channels Television's 'Governmental issues Today' program on Wednesday.
Presidency reacts as Magu is released after 10 days detention
As indicated by him, Magu was just welcome to recount to his side of the story.
On whether Magu's 10-day confinement was unlawful, Adesina stated: "in the event that anything illicit has been done, there are approaches to look for review for it. Be that as it may, I think it is to the greatest advantage of everyone, including Magu, for the board to have welcomed him to hear his side of the story.
"I can let you know on power that before this turned into an open issue, the board had been sitting for a considerable length of time. At the point when the board set up certain justification for Mr. Magu to be welcomed, President Buhari then gave endorsement for him to be welcomed and he was welcomed and he came."
Adesina likewise noticed that Magu, who was discharged on abandon Wednesday, was advised to move to one side to take into consideration an appropriate examination.
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