The circle of relatives of late Dr Ferry Gberegbe, a lecturer on the Ken Saro-Wiwa Polytechnic, Bori, Rivers State, who changed into allegedly killed via operatives of the disbanded Special Anti-Robbery Squad, has reopened the murder case against the Nigeria Police.
This is as the High Court sitting in Port Harcourt granted an ex parte order to serve the Inspector General of Police, the Police Service Commission and the Nigeria Police inside the case involving the overdue Gberegbe who become allegedly shot by using SARS operatives at some point of the 2019 governorship election in the country.
Widow of the slain lecturer, Ronke Gberegbe, is seeking N800m compensation for the dying of her husband.
During the court docket intending, Mrs Gberegbe’s attorney, Lezina Amegwa, moved an application in search of the court to provide him depart to serve the IG, the PSC and the Nigeria Police the lead strategies.
The presiding decide, Justice Monima Danagogo, after granting the application, adjourned the matter to December 14, 2020 for listening to.
Speaking with journalists out of doors the court docket room, Amegwa said, “Today, we were capable of reopen the case with appreciate to the murder of Dr Ferry Gberegbe. The claimant’s diseased wife become in court docket and the court docket, in its expertise, has granted us the leave to serve outside jurisdiction the primary, fourth and fifth defendant within the be counted.”