Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Alleged Defamation: Court Grants Olunloyo N1m Bail

A Federal High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, yesterday granted Kemi Olunloyo bail in the sum of N1m.

The court, which gave its ruling based on a bail application made by the counsel for the defendant, also ordered the accused to submit her passport.

Olunloyo was arrested in Oyo State for allegedly publishing a story believed to be offensive to a frontline cleric, Pastor David Ibiyeomie.

In his ruling on the bail application, Justice H.I.O. Shamah explained that the offence was bailable.

Shamah noted that the accused must produce a surety, resident in the Port Harcourt metropolis with a verifiable address.

“The surety should also be a civil servant not below level 12 and must submit his or her letter of employment and staff identity card,” he added.

The case was adjourned till May 3, 2017.

14 comments:

  1. I hope she will be able to meet up with the bail conditions

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    1. It might take time. Which means she will spend more days in jail

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  2. This is part of our madness. A civil servant is a civil servant. Must they be from Rivers? They know she is not from there and might not have anyone in Rivers. It is an attempt to keep her in jail- newyorker

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  3. Which civil servant go do this one for am? Chai

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  4. Next time she will learn to shut up her mouth

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  5. Why civil servant in Rivers? This is just not fair. Calling on necessary authorities to intervene in her matter

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  6. They should just free this woman

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