The Independent Corrupt Practices And Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), has acknowledged receipt of the petition written by Human Right Activist, Hameed Ajibola Jimoh, Esq., against the management of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory – Abuja and YWC Technologies Limited.
In a reply dated the 30th day of November, 2018, and made available to TheNigerialawyer (TNL), M.M. Adullahi, acting for the Ag Chairman of the commission, said that the petitioner will be notified of further development of the petition if necessary.
The reply reads:
“I am directed to acknowledge receipt of your petition dated 8th November, 2018 on the above subject. You will be notified of further development if necessary. Quote the reference number above in your future correspondence with the Commission on this issue. Please accept the assurances of the Acting Chairman’s highest regards.”
TNL recalls that the Hameed Ajibola Jimoh had also petitioned the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission over the policy of the 10% increase in filing fesses at the FCT High Court. Recall also that another lawyer, Mr. Felix Ashimole had also condemned the court’s policy of collecting the 10% increase of filing fees in conjunction with a private firm.
However, in a reply published on the 18th day of January, 2019, the management of the Court debunked the allegations made against it, claiming that his allegations were built on falsehood, whilst giving reasons why there was an increase in the said filing fees.
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