Kay Bello writes Amnesty International for support as case gets reassigned to another judge

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[Abuja]–The case between Mr. Kayode Bello and the Council of Legal Education (CLE) as well as the Inspector General of Police has been reassigned to Justice Mohammed of the Federal High Court, Maitama, Abuja.

The reassignment follows a request letter written to the Federal High Court, Abuja by Mr. Bello where he requested for a new judge as a result of lack of “concrete response” from the Nigerian Law School in relation to the reconciliation advised by the court.

Recall that the case had been presided over by Justice Quadri of the Federal High Court and had advised the parties to re-conciliate.

In the same vein, Mr. Bello has revealed to THE PAGE that he had written to the Amnesty International in Nigeria for support and assistance on the case.

“I have written a request to the Amnesty International in Nigeria for support and assistance, as attached, as I may write other international organizations for their support and assistance especially to help monitor the case I am having against the Council of legal Education and the Inspector General of Police of Nigeria.”

He further revealed that the new judge assigned to the case, Justice Mohammed of the Federal High Court, may have proceeded on a two-week break.

It should be noted that Call to the Nigerian Bar comes up on November 28, 2017.




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