Ogeche Njaka Files ECOWAS Suit Seeking One Million Dollars Against Maryam Shehu & 2 Others

Popular Facebook influencer, Ogeche Njaka  has once again dragged a certain Maryam Shehu, Nigeria Police Interpol Unit, alongside FG to ECOWAS Court, seeking alot of reliefs and reparation to the tune of One Million Dollars. In two separate applications filed before the ECOWAS Court, one initiating application and the other expedited application seeking immediate interim reliefs.Ogeche Njaka  in the suit marked and with number:  ECE/CCJ/APP/18/2024, filed before the ECOWAS Court is seeking declarations to nullify the wanted declaration notice issued by the IGP and Interpol Unit declaraing her wanted in this regard.
She also accused all the defendants of publishing and declaring her wanted vide a special gazetted police bulletin and placing her name and picture on the Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID) notice board without a valid court order.   Ogechi Njaka in the suit filed has the federal republic of nigeria herein representing the  Assistant Inspector-General of Police in charge of Interpol, Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) and one Maryam Shehu as respondents.  Ogeche Njaka, in her recent suit filed at ECOWAS Court also seek reliefs against all this parties mentioned  for allegedly violating her fundamental human rights to presumption of innocence, fair hearing and her right to personal liberty. Furthermore the suit filed through her Nigeria based lawyer,is seeking from the regional ECOWAS Court in Abuja to compel the FG mainly representing other  defendants to pay her N100 million dollars for the “physical, mental, emotional, psychological and other damages”she suffered as a result of the alleged infringements on her constitutional and recognized  rights.She also asked the court to void the trending online wanted declaration notice and Nigeria Police/red notice Interpol special gazetted notice declaring her wanted for a non-criminal offence of defamatory issues between her and Maryam Shehu, to which the Nigeria police involved themselves.

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