The Federal High Court in Abuja, on Monday, did not deliberate on the fundamental rights enforcement suit filed by the 12 persons arrested at the residence of Yoruba nation activist, Sunday Igboho, over discrepancies in their names.
The Department of State Services, (DSS), produced only 8 out of 12 of the applicants on Monday.
DSS, in their submission insisted that the listed applicants the judge ordered should be produced before the court were not in its custody as the names does not tally with that of those in their custody.
Justice Obiora Egwuatu adjourned the matter till Wednesday, August 4, so as to enable Pelumi Olajengbesi, counsel to the applicants time to amend the court processes to reflect their real names.
Olajengbesi, made mistakes while listing names of the applicants in the court processes as some of the names were nicknames of the applicants.
Olajengbesi however secured leave of the court to correct the names of the applicants.
Those produced in court by the DSS were Tajudeen Erinoyen, Diakola Ademola Jubril, Amoda Babatunde (aka Lady K), Abideen Shittu, Ayobami Donald, Raji Kazeem, Bamidele Sunday and Jamiu Noah Oyetunji.
Those that were not produced were; Oluwafemi Ola Kunle, Okoyemi Tajudeen, Abdullateef Ademola Onaolapo and Uthman Opeyemi Adelabu.
While adjourning the case, Justice Egwuta ordered the DSS to produce all the 12 applicants in court on Wednesday.