Court Denies FG’s Request To Extradite Abba Kyari To The United States.


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The Federal High Court in Abuja has rejected the request of the Federal Government to extradite the Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Abba Kyari to the United States. The extradition request was made in an attempt to remove Kyari for alleged involvement in a number of corruption-related offenses (US).

Given that Kyari already faces criminal charges in Nigeria, Justice Inyang Ekwo ruled on Monday that the extradition request was an abuse of the court system. This decision was heavily influenced by the fact that Kyari’s request was made while he was being prosecuted for a crime in Nigeria.

Regarding Kyari’s accusation against Ramon Abbas, an alleged international fraudster, US authorities have issued an extradition request to the Nigerian government asking for Kyari’s extradition (hushpuppi).

Last week, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California in Los Angeles confirmed the sentencing date for Hushpuppi. The trial date is set for September 21, 2022.

Source: The Nation

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