Why Barister Femi Falana wasn't permitted to Meet Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and co (THE TRUTH !!!)

The main purpose/function of a legal practitioner is to ensure the effective implementation of the constitutions of a country...

The main purpose/function of a legal practitioner is to ensure the effective implementation of the constitutions of a country and not to hack the constitution of a country.

It saddens me that nowadays most legal practitioners have become constitution hackers. In other words the 21st century Barristers are constantly looking for loopholes within the constitution of a country so as to achieve their malicious objectives rather than implementing the law as it is.

I just learnt that Femi Falana;the legal mind who is standing as defense council for the detained leaders, had planned to meet with them early within the week, but wasn't permitted to meet with Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and co.

Femi Falana revealed the above info on Friday the 19th January 2018, in an early morning talk show on Channels Television, broadcasting from Lagos. During the interview, Femi Falana lamented that he was refused access to Sisiku AyukTabe and castigated President Buhari for appointing incompetent and kleptomaniac personalities, who are incompetently running Nigeria as a personal estate.

This is what he told the host of the early morning talk show on Channels Television

 Femi Falana (who is residing in Lagos) said that he was embarrassed and shocked at the treatment given to him by Buhari’s National Security Adviser (NSA), General Mohammed Babagana Mongunu, retired, in his attempt to meet the detained leaders. Falana, stated that, he had duly informed the NSA about his intention to see the detained Southern Cameroons leaders, and had even called him on phone the day before his trip to Abuja (where Sisiku and his cohorts have been detained) to remind him of his team’s visit.

Funny enough, when the legal team arrived the NSA’s office, they could not be given access to see Sisiku Ayuk Tabe, not to talk of the detained 12 leaders. For two days while in Abuja, he (Falana) called the NSA’s personal phone line, it rang, but he ignored all the calls.He therefore became embarrassed and left back for Lagos, without seeing the leaders.

After i learnt about that incident, i had to conduct a phone interview with a Legal practitioner in Nigeria, to find out if the action taken by the Nigeria government was constitutional or not.

This is what the legal practioner said.....

Its unconstitutional for a legal practitioner or anybody to meet with a suspect or suspects still under investigation. Such meeting can pervert the course of the investigation and lengthen the investigation process. The legal mind also revealed that according to the Nigeria constitution, investigators are given a particular time frame to conduct their investigation on a suspect. After the specified time frame, they are bound to commence the trial of the suspect(s) or release the suspect(s) unconditionally (If they cannot find any incriminating info). So the investigators are trying to avoid anything that can extend the investigation beyond the specified time frame or influence the outcome of their investigation.

The legal practitioner futher cited Section 35(4) of the 1999 constitution of Nigeria which clearly states that ...any person who is arrested or detained for the purpose of bringing him before a court in execution of the order of a court or upon reasonable suspicions of his having committed a criminal offence, or to such extent as may be reasonably necessary to prevent him committing a criminal offence, shall be brought before a court of law within a reasonable time i.e. within 48hours; and if not tried within a period of two months from the date of arrest or detention, in case of a person who is in custody or is not entitled to bail, or three months, from the date of his arrest or detention. In case of a person who has been released on bail, he shall without prejudice to any further proceedings that may be brought against him be released either unconditionally or upon such conditions as are reasonably necessary to ensure that he appears for trial at a later date.

According to the legal practitioner, Femi Falana is perfectly aware of the above fact. By attempting to see the suspects still under investigation, Femi was trying to hack the constitution of Nigeria or pervert the course of justice. The legal practitioner added that, after the DSS has finished carrying out their investigation on the suspects, they will be free to talk to their lawyer or anybody. But for now they are not permitted to talk to anybody except the DSS investigators. Nevertheless the legal practitioner assured us that before the 23rd of February,2018 (which will mark 2 months after the arrest of the suspects) the DSS agents will be through with their investigation and Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and his collaborators will be permitted to talk to a lawyer or anybody.

Based on the above facts, President Buhari is still acting within the confines of the Nigeria constitution.

Thanks for reading. Our ears are on the ground. We shall provide you more information on this issue.




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Why Barister Femi Falana wasn't permitted to Meet Sisiku Ayuk Tabe and co (THE TRUTH !!!)
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