Stella Dimoko Communications Boss Dokpesi Sues For N5Billion And An Apology For Being Listed In The Looter's List.


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Wednesday, November 06, 2019

Communications Boss Dokpesi Sues For N5Billion And An Apology For Being Listed In The Looter's List.

The Chairman, Daar Communications Plc, Chief Raymond Dopkesi, on Tuesday told FCT High Court Apo, that everybody treated him like a plague after his name appeared on the looters’ list released by the Ministry of Information.

Dokpesi stated this while being cross-examined by the defendants’ counsel in a suit he filed before Justice Olukayode Adeniyi, of an FCT High Apo, seeking N5 billion damages from Alhaji Lai Mohammed and the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, SAN.

He dragged the ministers to the court, claiming that they defamed his character by including his name on the treasury looters’ list.

He told the court that the Information Minister had on March 30, 2018 during a press conference portrayed him as “a corrupt and crooked person, a dishonest man and a thief”.

Dokpesi insisted that his reputation has been seriously injured, adding that he has suffered considerable distress, ridicule, as well as political analysis in the media, castigating him on the basis of the inclusion of his name as number four on the looters’ list, NAN reports.

He, therefore, demanded N5 billion in damages for libel and also urged the court to order the defendants to publish a full retraction and apology to him in all major electronic and print media outlets in country.

Dokpesi, while answering questions from counsel for the defendants, Damian Agbe, stated that he was unjustly called a looter of treasury.

He told the court that though he held no position in the opposition party, he was a leader a stakeholder in the PDP.

Dokpesi added that all his witnesses who came to testify for him in the case are political associates who he knew for a long period of time.

He further stated that he had suffered a lot of setbacks and discrimination in the society due to his inclusion on the looters’ list.

Meanwhile, Justice Adeniyi adjourned the case until Jan. 16, 2020 for defence.
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  1. Na wa,sue their smelly ass if you are truly innocent

  2. let them pay,
    I support your move Sir.
    most of them are not fighting any corruption: what is happening is just a perception of an enemy(opponent)
    we have basically channel our attention on the fight against corruption on MONEY alone, forgetting to check other aspect/ area where corrupt practices are being carried out in our nation.

    Areas like character wise, transparency of some pf our leaders, accountability and reformation of all sectors.

    This administration have done their bit. the setback has been the judiciary, just take a look at what ASUU are doing.
    If Buhari leaves now, another government might come with a new aim.

    If you're a leader: please lead us well. If you're follower(citizen, common man): please be a patriot.


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