Hausa Community Sue Governor Wike Over Seizure Of Cattles.
Rivers State Governor Nyesome Wike has been sued to court by a Northern Community for alleged unlawful confistication of cattles and trucks from Adamawa State.
The suit is scheduled to be heard by a Port Harcourt Federal High Court on the 1st of June.
The plaintiff are, however, demanding the sum of N100,000,000 as compensation for the arrest of their kinsmen who were in the state on a business trip alongside their cows and trucks.
Justice E.O. Obile fixed the date to allow the plaintiff to put Gov Wike on notice over the case. Eze Kpaniku who is the Counsel for the arrested Northerners, claimed that they had waivers from the Federal Government and the Governor was wrong to have arrested them.
The counsel also lamented that both his clients and their cows have been arrested and dumped at the Isolation centre without food and medication for days.
In a similar charge the Leader of Northern Community in Rivers State, Alhaji Musa Saidu also condemned the arrest and demanded the unconditional release of the arrested persons.