Hushpuppi: 31 Northern Lawyers Volunteer To Defend Suspended Abba Kyari Against FBI Free Of Charge

By Newsie Events Media:

A group of thirty-one lawyers from Northern Nigeria have decided to come together and render free legal services to suspended ‘super cop’, Abba Kyari, who has been indicted in the Hushpuppi fraud case.

Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI’s report had allege that Abba Kyari collected N8 million from Hushpuppi to help effect the arrest and detention of his rival, Chibuzo Kelly Vincent, following a disagreement from a fraud deal they embarked upon. (Read here : FBI report credit Peoples Gazette)

In a statement released on Wednesday, August 11, the spokesperson of the lawyers, Sunusi Bappah Salisu, said all the volunteer lawyers were drawn across all the 19 northern states and religions.

According to Salisu, the lawyers volunteered to render free legal services for the preservation of Kyari’s fundamental rights that might be potentially jeopardized by his alleged indictment by a court in the United States of America. He mentioned that the group would critically review the procedures adopted by the FBI to get the US Court to indict Kyari on allegations of involvement in charges filed against a suspected fraudster, Ramon Abbas aka Hushpuppi.

“In apparent response to recent calls for support for Abba Kyari by the Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG), a group of about 31 young northern Nigerian lawyers has volunteered to render legal services to the embattled Deputy Commissioner of Police.

“We would raise questions involving the possibility of the occasioning of breaches to Kyari’s fundamental rights entrenched in Articles 6 and 7 of the African Charter on Human and Peoples Right, which essentially state that every individual shall have the right to liberty and to the security of his person and every individual shall have the right to have his cause heard. This comprises: ‘The right to an appeal to competent national organs against acts of violating his fundamental rights as recognised and guaranteed by conventions, laws, regulations and customs in force.”Salisu said

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