Federal High Court in Abuja yesterday restrained the Attorney-General of the Federation,AGF, Alhaji. Abubakar Malami (SAN), the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission and others from arresting the National Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, Prof. Wale Oladipo.
Others that were also restrained by the court order were the Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission, the Inspector-General of Police, Mr. Solomon Arase; and the Department of State Service.
Justice James Tsoho directed yesterday that the AGF, EFCC, ICPC, the IGP and the DSS, who are all respondents to a suit filed by Oladipo, to maintain “status quo” , pending the hearing of the PDP officer’s motion on notice seeking among other prayers, “a perpetual injunction” against his possible arrest.

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  • sir Oscie

    Atiku is very correct. This is not time for any of the aspirants to be thinking of the easy way out but time for all to be on the final lap of the campaign with the people and hope for the best result possible.
    I have no doubt that my preferred candidate Atiku Abubakar will emerge winner and become the party’s flag bearer because he is very prepared and experience for the task ahead and I believe he will do very well if we give him our mandate come 2015.
    His popularity is cut across the entire country as any true leader should and with him CHANGE is sure. #ANigeriaForAll.