Nigerian Army Finally Sued To Court Over Illegal Arrest and Detention Of Lance Corporal Martins and His Wife

Efogator Media just gathered that the Nigerian Army has been dragged before the Federal High Court sitting in the FCT, Abuja

The reason for this is not far fetched, it is because of  the unlawful arrest and detention of Lance Corporal Martins and his Wife, Mrs Victoria Idakpini.

 Recall that Lance Corporal Martin's about two weeks ago made a video which he expressed himself and  criticized the head of the authorities of the Nigerian Army, Chief of Army Staff and the president of the country for the insecurity witnessed in the country.

Lance Corporal Martins in his short video criticised security chiefs in the country for not doing enough to end terrorism and the killing of innocent Nigerians.

 He also criticized the army chiefs for arresting a group of soldiers who asked for better weapons from the military heads to fight Boko Haram.

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After posting the video online, Lance Corporal Martins was arrested by the authorities of the Nigerian army.

Furthermore, to the amazement of every Nigerian, the army authorities arrested  his wife, Mrs. Victoria was few days later.

Mr Tope Akinyode, National President of Revolutionary Lawyer's Forum confirmed the lawsuit against the Nigerian army

According to the lawyers' forum they were aware of the unlawful detention of Lance Corporal Martins and frowns at it.

The forum stated that his detention clearly violates his fundamental human rights as a human being.

The lawyer's forum described the actions of the Nigerian army as clear case of high level despotism.

Mr Tope Akinyode further stated that the National President of Revolutionary Lawyer's Forum and the forum also criticized the illegal and careless arrest and continued detention the wife of Lance Corporal Martins, Mrs Victoria Idakpini, leaving her three children in the care of no one.

Therefore, the lawyer's forum has decided to battle the Nigerian army until Justice is served.

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