LMAO: UK Government Award £1 (1 Pound) Compensation To James Ibori For Unlawful Detention

Date: 22-05-2017 8:23 pm (5 years ago) | Author: kacy lee
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A London High Court has awarded £1 as damages to be paid to former Delta State governor and convicted money launderer James Ibori over his claim of unlawful detention by British Home Secretary Amber Rudd, UK Evening Standard reports.

Justice Cheema-Grubb ruled that Ibori was unlawfully held for one day, 18 hours and 10 minutes between December 20 and 21 last year.

Ibori had demanded £4,000 as damages.

“There is no compensatory loss to Mr Ibori and I fix nominal damages at £1,” the judge said.

Ibori was jailed for fraud totalling nearly £50m in April 2012.

Ibori who was due to be released on December 20, 2016, was detained by the Home Office after indicating that there was no intention to deport Ibori to Nigeria until he handed over at least £57m “proceeds of crime”.

High Court Justice May ordered Ibori to be freed on conditions, describing the attempts to detain as “quite extraordinary”.

He was subsequently released and he returned to Nigeria in February 2017.


Posted: at 22-05-2017 08:23 PM (5 years ago) | Addicted Hero
- realbaby2 at 22-05-2017 08:28 PM (5 years ago)
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£1 pound? That 400 naira only? Lolllllllll
Posted: at 22-05-2017 08:28 PM (5 years ago) | Upcoming
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- concentrate at 22-05-2017 08:30 PM (5 years ago)
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hahahaha I love this people.
Posted: at 22-05-2017 08:30 PM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- osarobo62 at 22-05-2017 09:03 PM (5 years ago)
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they should tax it before giving him the balance.
Posted: at 22-05-2017 09:03 PM (5 years ago) | Hero
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- schmit at 22-05-2017 09:36 PM (5 years ago)
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Lol
Posted: at 22-05-2017 09:36 PM (5 years ago) | Hero
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- AmazingMarie at 22-05-2017 10:09 PM (5 years ago)
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£1 for a day
Posted: at 22-05-2017 10:09 PM (5 years ago) | Hero
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- dareper at 22-05-2017 10:36 PM (5 years ago)
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he go use am buy snuff.
Posted: at 22-05-2017 10:36 PM (5 years ago) | Hero
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- morgan1 at 22-05-2017 11:03 PM (5 years ago)
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 Grin Grin Grin dis ppl funny die.....
Posted: at 22-05-2017 11:03 PM (5 years ago) | Hero
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- ficull at 23-05-2017 12:32 AM (5 years ago)
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Lolssssszz... But Ibori wasnt looking for money though. He just wants this sort of ruling so he can use it to confuse gullible Nigerians.
Don't be surprised if Ibori uses this judgment to claim exoneration in a few months.
Posted: at 23-05-2017 12:32 AM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- Jeonleon at 23-05-2017 08:36 AM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: ficull on 23-05-2017 12:32 AM
Lolssssszz... But Ibori wasnt looking for money though. He just wants this sort of ruling so he can use it to confuse gullible Nigerians.
Don't be surprised if Ibori uses this judgment to claim exoneration in a few months.

I agree....
Posted: at 23-05-2017 08:36 AM (5 years ago) | Upcoming
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- angesco at 23-05-2017 09:40 AM (5 years ago)
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Do we still have to see this NATIONAL DISGRACE in our newspapers and the n our tv stations.

I love BRITISH SARCASM . Silly man.

That's why I love KARMA. It has NO EXPIRY DATE!

He STOLE as a SALES ASSISTANT in a shop in the U.K. and then GRADUATED to a FULL TIME THIEF as a NGERIA GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL.

EVERY COUNTRY GETS WHAT IT DESERVES

I am sure his WIFE and MISTRESS and CHILDREN are proud of his LEGACY!
Posted: at 23-05-2017 09:40 AM (5 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- Larry28 at 23-05-2017 11:32 AM (5 years ago)
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Quote from: ficull on 23-05-2017 12:32 AM
Lolssssszz... But Ibori wasnt looking for money though. He just wants this sort of ruling so he can use it to confuse gullible Nigerians.
Don't be surprised if Ibori uses this judgment to claim exoneration in a few months.
Posted: at 23-05-2017 11:32 AM (5 years ago) | Hero
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