The former Governor of Kano state and now serving senator, Alhaji Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso’s Attorney, Barrister Okechukwu Eze, has told the Kano High court sitting in Gezawa that EFCC’s threat to arrest Kwankwaso has confined him to his residence in Abuja.
In his address on Wednesday at the court on the ex-parte motion filed to restrain the EFCC from arresting kwankwaso , the lawyer explained that the move by the commission, if executed, would deny his client his fundamental rights.
“My client has been in his house over the threat of arrest by the EFCC and has been denied the liberty to perform his legislative duties as mandated by voters of Kano central district,” Eze said.
He further told the court that the EFCC action emanated from a petition by an ‘unregistered association that has no written address’, as he pointed out that he was in court to halt the likely ‘anticipation of violation’ of his client right.
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