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Abba Kyari Wins As Abuja Court Dismiss FG’s Charges For Extradition To U.S.

Justice Inyang Eden Ekwo of the Federal High Court in Abuja has dismissed  a suit instituted by the Federal Government seeking to extradite the suspended Deputy Commissioner of Police DCP, Abba Kyari to the United States of America.

The Judge in a judgment on Monday held that the extradition request filed by the Attorney General of the Federation AGF on behalf of the Federal Government lacked merit.

The Federal Government fiiled the extradition charges against Kyari to pave way for his extradition to the US to answer fraud allegations there.

Justice Ekwo however, held that the Federal Government has no basis to file the request having put Abba Kyari on trial in Nigeria in relation to the allegations against him in America.

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