WANTED: Abuja Court Stops Police from Arresting Gbagi


A Federal High Court sitting at the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, has restrained the Inspector General of Police and its agent from threatening, arresting or detaining the former minister for state Education, Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi.

Gbagi is currently enmeshed in an allegation of dehumanizing some of his hotel staff whom he allegedly stripped naked over a theft case in the hotel.

The video clips and photos of 3 naked ladies and a young man believed to be staffers of his Signatious Hotel Warri, Delta State went viral causing a sea of condemnation.

Following the Inspector General of Police’s order to bring to justice those involved in the dastardly act, the Delta state Police Command, had on Tuesday declared Gbagi wanted for consecutively failing to honour invitation made to him over the allegation which he has since denied.

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In an exparte motion filed through its counsel, Nkem Okoro (Esq), Gbagi prayed the court to restrain the police from further going after him pending the determination of his fundamental right case.

The court document as obtained by this medium is reproduced below.

Wanted Gbagi Court Injunction

Wanted Gbagi Court Injunction

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