SeCRAP, you are doing 'extremely' well. 7 cases out of 125 you promised us is not a pass mark but it is a start. All the cases are your suits against FGN. May we take it that it is only you that FGN ignores? That speaks volumes. Also most of what you asked is in public domain/
On 29 October 2019 the Asset Tracing, Recovery and Management Regulations 2019 – which were issued by the federal attorney general on 24 October 2019 – came into effect. They replaced the existing Proceeds of Crime Regulation 2012, with effect from 31 October 2019./
This is one of the reasons why I am not part of the bandwagon to give Malami accolades he does not deserve. When you file your nuisance and vexatious cases and they are not robustly nipped in the bud by the AGF, then you begin to acquire undeserved clout. In one of your 'success'
cases, you asked a court to compel the FGN to prosecute people (you called them rogue DISCOs) and Malami allowed you to even get a word in up to the point of getting an order of court? How do you ask Government to prosecute people it agreed (GEJ) to even compensate if they failed
I also asked you for the position of all the cases on appeal? I am hoping these 7 cases are going to metamorphous into 125 cases & that you will showcase human rights abuse cases you alleged. I give you these inane 7 & count them as plus to you, but on my side, I have 118 credit

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