Abdulmumin Jibrin, a former chairman of the House Appropriation Committee, won the lawsuit against the House of Representatives for having imposed an injunction on him for 180 days. 19659003]
Recall that on September 28, 2016, the suspension was granted.
Judge John Tsoho of the Federal Court of Justice in Abuja on Thursday in the lawsuit brought by Jibrin challenged the sanction imposed on him, declared the suspension of the legislature unconstitutional and ordered the lower legislative chamber to pay him his salary for the time he was unfairly suspended.
"The suspension was an interruption of its merits, which is restored automatically, especially when it is decided that the action is void because of the granting of Prayers 1 and 3 of the original summons  "When an act is declared void, it is believed that this never happened."
Although Jibrin had since resumed his legislative duties, he relentlessly pursued his basic human rights enforcement.
His suspension was a reflection of his campaign, which began in July 2016, the removal of the Speaker, Yakubu Dogara and other main officers of the House of Representatives on the grounds that they had topped up the 2016 budget with some 40 billion euros. 
He had reported the alleged corrupt action to various law enforcement agencies under the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, the Independent Corruption Commission and other related crimes and the police.
The House of Representatives saw in "a slander campaign against the House and its leaders" for which he was suspended for 180 days.
But Judge Tsoho agreed on Thursday with Jibrin's attorney, Mr. Femi Falana (SAN), stating that the act of the legislature was a legitimate one, and suspended it because it was an attempt to endorse him choke. 
"There is no better conclusion that the plaintiff governs the mandate of members under Chapter 7 (7.5) of the Code of Conduct for Deputies of 4 November 2004," the judge.
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