Needed previous activist pioneer in the Niger Delta area, Chief Solomon Ndigbara, prevalently known as ‘Osama Bin Laden’ has dragged the Federal Government and the Nigerian Army to Federal High Court, sitting in Port Harcourt, trying to stop further badgering and attack of his homes by officers.
Ndigbara, who remained in isolation after the January 11, 2016, attack of his living arrangements by officers from 2 Brigade, Nigerian Army, is additionally looking for a request of the court to uphold his principal human rights.
Identifying with newsmen in Port Harcourt, lawful illustrative of the ex-instigator, Eugene Ode, said: “We don’t know where he will be; he is secluded from everything for his life. The way his home was attacked and wrecked and his family beaten and battered, it is clearly that in the event that he was on the spot that day, he most likely would have been summarily executed.
“We hear now that the military powers have set an abundance on him; he is needed yet there is no assertion at all. They have not put forth any open expression to say this us what this man is needed. For us, we think thusly past the method for the law and we arrive to implement his basic human right. Bear in mind, this man is an ex-fomenter. He was one of the first to grasp the Amnesty Program by the late President Yaradua. This man has surrendered.”