By: Valentine Adese,
To avoid breakdown of law and Order, the Henshaw family, have written the Commissioner of Police, Plateau State Command over alleged attempt to create a situation at No.13 Kashim Ibrahim Street in Jos north Local Government Area of the state by the Director of the League for Human Rights that may lead to a breakdown of Law and Order.
According to the content of the letter dated 10th July, 2017 and signed by the family’s Lawyer, U. A Kingsley Esq, of U. A Kingsley & Co, with address at No. 9 Boundary Street, Old Bukuru Park Jos, they family stated that, “This letter is most imperative following the disobedient and grandstanding disposition of Barr. Bagudu, the purported Director of League for Human Rights Ltd/GTE in this case. This is to avoid a breakdown of Law and Order, which Barr. Nankin Bagudu is creating at the premises of No. 13 Kashim Ibrahim Street, Jos, at the moment and his refusal to obey Court Orders.
The letter which was copied to the Chief Judge of Plateau State, the DPO, Area Command (Metro), Jos, the DPO, A and C, Laranto Divisions and the STF operating in the state, was attached with:
1. The Order of the Senior District Court, Kasuwa Nama, Jos, in the case No. SDCKN/CV132/2009, of 12th April, 2017, granting Order exparte to the League for Human Rights Ltd/GTE
2. The Order of the Senior District Court Kasuwa Nama, Jos in case No. SDCKN/CV132/2009, of 7th July, 2017, vacating the Order of 12th April, 2017.
3. The Order of Injunction of the High Court of Plateau State of 25th April, 2017, stopping the League for Human Rights Ltd/GTE, from carrying out any act on No. 13 Kashim Ibrahim Street, Jos, nor on the plaintiffs, who include David Henshaw and Solomon Henshaw and all the tenants on the said No. 13 Kashim Ibrahim Street, Jos.
“We write in regard of the above subject matter, to bring to your notice and do hereby bring to your notice. For our clients, to wit, David Henshaw and Solomon Henshaw and the entire Henshaws of the estate of Pa Dan Ekpo Henshaw (deceased) of their legal occupation and use of No. 13 Kashim Ibrahim Street Jos, being their property, pending the determination of the suit No. PLD/1239/89 and Appeal No. PLD/J78A/2016, filed by them”, the Counsel added.