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The Kaduna State Government has disclosed to make a move in appealing the decision of the state high court over the permission given to the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, Sheikh El-Zakzaky, and his wife, Zeenat, to travel to New Delhi, India for medical treatment.
This was revealed by the Director of Public Prosecutions, for Kaduna State, Mr Dari Bayero.
According to him, “the government would file the appeal against the decision of the court along with “terms of agreement” for the cleric’s planned foreign trip.”
He said, “We are filing an appeal against the decision tomorrow (Wednesday).”We are also filing along with its terms of the agreement on the trip.”
In response to this claim, Femi Falana said, “he would go by the announcement by the DSS to comply fully with the order of the court.”
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He said, “I am not aware of any terms of the agreement. The court’s ruling, which was essentially meant to save the lives of the applicants (El-Zakzaky and his wife), is clear and unambiguous.
“The authority, the State Security Service, which is keeping the custody of the applicants, has signified its intention to comply fully with the court order.
“That is where we stand, and it is in line with the rule of law. “If they are not satisfied with the court’s order, they know what to do.”