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Senator Dino Melaye gets relief again



The FCT High Court in Maitama presided over by Justice Yusuf Halilu has again granted bail to Sen. Dino Melaye who was arraigned on an eight-count charge of evading arrest.
The congressperson speaking for Kogi West in the National Assembly, was charged on claims of connivance, protection from capture, inability to respect police welcome and purposefully giving false data to the general population.

Governing on the application by Chief Mike Ozekhome (SAN), Justice Halilu held that the quintessence of safeguard couldn't be overemphasized, saying that it was intended to make a litigant to represent preliminary.

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As indicated by him, in conceding a litigant safeguard, the court needs to think about the idea of the charge, the forerunner of the safeguard candidate, among others.

He held that the constitution presumes a litigant honest until found liable by the court.

The judge, consequently, maintained the prior safeguard allowed the Melaye on Jan. 18 and included that Melaye ought not leave the shores of the nation without a composed application to the court.

He held that the police's refusal to discharge the representative subsequent to being conceded safeguard by the court called for genuine concern.

Halilu further held that the safeguard was to guarantee that whoever charged was not permitted to endure while his trail was going on.

As indicated by him, the police and the legal executive were accomplices in criminal organization in the nation.

Halilu, be that as it may, coordinated Ozekhome to caution his customer to guarantee that he doesn't remark on the issue under the watchful eye of the court in any media.

"This is the main nation where individuals make extremely unguarded remark on issues that are sub jaundice," he said.

He at that point deferred the case until Feb. 25 for beginning of preliminary.

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While allowing Melaye safeguard last Friday, the judge requested that the congressperson give three sureties, two of whom must show proof of landed properties in Abuja, including that the third should be the Clerk of the National Assembly.

As indicated by him, the representative needed to compose a letter to the court guaranteeing that the congressperson would be delivered in court at whatever point he was required.

The indicting counsel, Mr Shuaibu Labaran asserted that Melaye contrived with one Silas Omenka on Dec. ,28, 2018 to submit an offense of unlawful hindrance of legitimate capture.

This he said was in opposition to area 97 of the correctional code.

He claimed further that he deliberately opposed legal capture, in opposition to segment 172 of the correctional code.

Police likewise affirmed that he tweeted that the Inspector General of Police wanted to capture him and infuse him to death which was false, in opposition to segment 416 of the correctional code.

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