Human rights lawyer, Mr. Fred Agbaje, is dead.
He died on Saturday after an undisclosed ailment in London.
His friend and colleague, Richard Akinnola confirm his death to The Punch.
Gbenga Demola-Ojo, a laywer in a Facebook post, described his death as, ‘another great loss.’
He wrote, “Fred Agbaje, constitutional lawyer, gentleman, media personality and patriot! May your great soul find rest!”
Read Also : I am an absentee father
Agbaje in a recent interview said the the delay in trial of corruption cases was a serious indictment of the judiciary.
Reacting to the call by President Buhari to the judiciary to support his anti-graft war, by ensuring that the criminal cases in court were not delayed, Agbaje said “It is a serious indictment to say the courts are the ones encouraging delay tactics to frustrate the hearing of corruption cases. It is a serious indictment on the judiciary. It is now for the judiciary to redeem itself.”
Send Us News, Gist, more… to firstname.lastname@example.org | Twitter: @pleasuresmagNG