The Department of the Security Services on Tuesday barred journalists from masking the proceedings of the case between the Department of Security Services, the Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, and the Yoruba Nation agitator, Chief Sunday Adeyemo, popularly referred to as Sunday Igboho, on the Oyo State High Court in Ibadan.
They, nevertheless, allowed journalists’ entry 20 minutes after the continuing had began.
Igboho’s home was invaded by the DSS operatives on July 1, the place property have been destroyed and two folks have been killed.
Also, 12 of his aides have been arrested and detained in Abuja.
But Igboho lawyer, Yomi Alliyu, challenged the DSS on the courtroom for his or her illegal actions, demanding N50million compensation for the sufferer.
SaharaReporters noticed on the courtroom round 8.45am that the doorway was extremely militarised by DSS and different safety companies.
Arriving courtroom 7 the place the case is happening, two DSS officers manned the doorway; a senior officer in DSS T shirt approached the journalists and requested them to take permission from the deputy registrar earlier than getting into the courtroom.
The DSS stated the registrar had knowledgeable him that no person ought to be allowed to realize entrance to the courtroom, besides she authorised such particular person.
“I have been directed not to allow you enter the court. Get clearance from the deputy registrar before going into the court,” he stated.
SaharaReporters had reported that Justice Ladiran Akintola on August 31 adjourned the case until September 7 for listening to.