Stella Dimoko Court Dismisses Suit Against Man Who Named His Dog 'Buhari'


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Wednesday, 26 July 2017

Court Dismisses Suit Against Man Who Named His Dog 'Buhari'

The Sango Ota Chief Magistrate Court, on Tuesday, struck out the case against Mr. Joachim Iroko, the trader accused of threatening public peace by naming his dog 'Buhari'. 

Mr. Iroko was arrested in August 2016, detained and subsequently charged to court by the Nigeria Police Force for naming his dog 'Buhari'.

The suit was dismissed following serial failure by the prosecution to present witnesses and the continued absence of the nominal complainant, who claimed that Mr Iroko named his dog 'Buhari', after his father.

The dismissal was sequel to an application by the defendant's lawyers that the case is struck out for want of diligent prosecution.

Mr. O. O. Adebo, the Magistrate, granted the application and the case was duly struck-out, leaving Mr. Iroko to walk home a free man
One of the defendant's lawyers, Mr. Inibehe Effiong, told SaharaReporters that he warned the Police from the beginning that they had no case against Mr.Iroko and that there was no legal basis for his arrest, detention, and prosecution on account of a conduct that did not harm and could not have harmed anybody.

Edited from Sahara Reporters


IT Career & Job Guide said...

Good riddance

Cynthia Iyede said...

They have to na. Is he the problem of Nigeria?

Broomstick said...

Awwww. Nice. There's hope for this country, after all. Let's hope the magistrate's hands are clean cos this government is wack and one idiot might just threaten him

Lady Bug said...

The 🐕 owner 😂😂😂😂, happy freedom to him 😂😂😂😂😂

miss Aboki the great said...

So the case even still dey court? SMH

same girl said...

Long awaited dismiss. I mean, ddnt think this case will last an hr in court.

Anonymous said...

Hahaha.. So the case been still dey court?

Yeye dey smell

@Anonymous Orubebe

Mamafifty said...

Just like that, they should pay the man compensation for unlawful dentation and prosecution.

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