Adeleke’s Media Aide Drags DSS To Court Over Threat Of Arrest

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Spokesperson to Governor Ademola Adeleke, Mallam Olawale Rasheed has approached a Federal High Court in Osogbo to initiate contempt of court proceedings against State Security Service, its agents and Femi Oyetola, son of the former governor of Osun State.
Rasheed through his lawyer Barr J.A Ayanyemi, had approached the court to obtain a notice of caution against court contempt, sequence to fresh invitation and alleged harassment by the state security service.
In the suite marked FHC/OS/CS/89/2024, Rasheed said despite the initial originating summons and court order restraining the three respondents from inviting, arresting or detaining him, the DSS through its agents are still harassing and threatening him from exercising his fundamental rights.
Olawale Rasheed and Sarafa Ibrahim, the special assistant to the governor on Print Media had approached the court and sought the protection and enforcement of their fundamental human rights against the director general of the State Security Service, its Osun State director and Femi Oyetola.
In the suit registered on April 25, 2024, Olawale alleged Femi Oyetola was being embittered with the loss of his father and their political group at the last Osun governorship election, and as the mouthpiece of the incumbent governor who upstaged Femi’s father, he is being maliciously hunted by members of the opposition APC to trample upon his fundamental rights.
Ibrahim in a suite number FHC/OS/CS/ 108/2024 accused the first to third defendants of vigorously attempting to violate his fundamental rights to personal liberty.
The duo therefore entreated the court to grant their reliefs so as not to allow the defendants to collaborate at trampling upon their rights or get at them unjustifiably.


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