Samuel Atta Akyea insist that the BNI flouted court order by detaining the three South African internationals after they were granted bail till the news of their deportation.
Samuel Atta Akyea, one of the lawyers insisted that the BNI flouted court order by detaining the three South African internationals after they were granted bail till the news of their deportation.
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“They illegally and unlawfully took away the three South African internationals,” he said.
The three ex-South African police officials Ahmed Sheik Hazis(rtd)54, Warrant officer
Denvier Dwayne 33 and Captain Mlungiseleli Jokani 45 were arrested by the BNI and detained for almost a week and charged with unlawful training and conspiring to commit crime.
He also denied claims by the Interior Minister that the three men possessed important document and described it as an afterthought.
“They are trying to hype the entire situation. It is very embarrassing,” he added.
Lawyer Samuel Atta Akyea is expected to file a case against the BNI within the week.
Meanwhile, government has denied claims that the BNI flouted the orders of the court.