Entertainer-turned-activist, Charly Boy is still licking his alleged wounds from the clashes and face-offs recorded during the "Resume or Resign" protest which held in Abuja, Nigeria's federal capital territory.

The Area Fada is demanding the enforcement of his fundamental rights pursuant to Sections 34, 39, and 40 and 46 (1) of the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (as amended).

He is asking the court to declare that the use of teargas, canisters, water cannon and wild police dogs to harass and disperse his group is contrary to the provisions of the constitution.

Charles Oputa, through his counsel, Inibehe Effiong, is also seeking the order of the court compelling the respondent (Nigeria Police Force) to pay him N100 million as general damages.

He is also asking for an order directing, the respondent to pay him N400 million as exemplary damages.

Oputa said that he and his group, known as Our Mumu Don Do Movement, staged a peaceful demonstration on August 8 at Unity Fountain, Maitama Abuja, when they were attacked by the police.

The group had demanded that President Muhammadu Buhari returns from his medical leave in London to resume work or resign.

The suit is yet to be assigned.

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