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Founder Of Sotitobire Miracle Centre Sues DSS, Demands 100m For Compensation

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The founder of Sotitobire Miracle Centre Alfa Babatunde has charged the Department of State Services (DSS) in Akure over his arrest and continued detention by the DSS.

It was recalled that angry youth set ablaze his church over claims that the corpse of a one-year-old boy identified as Eniola Kolawole who went missing on November 10 during a church service was found buried in the altar of the church.

According to a suit filed by the counsel to the founder of Sotitobire Miracle Centre, Akinyemi Omoware before a Federal High Court sitting in Akure.

The counsel said that the continuous detention of his client by the DSS without being charged to court was abuse and violation of his fundamental human rights.

He also said that he had been arrested for over eight days and had remained in leg chains in DSS custody without food.

The people who filed the suit include the Director-General of the DSS, Yusuf Bichi, Emmanuel Anaobi, Isaac Babalola, and Remi Oluwalogbon.

The applicant prayed the court to restrain the five respondents and their agents, servants, subordinates or any person(s) taking instructions from them from engaging in any further act of arrest, detention, and violation of his right to liberty and or dignity of the human person.

The Pastor is asking for N100m for the violation of his fundamental human rights and no date has been fixed for hearing of the suit.

Source: Naija News