Breaking: ICC Appeals Tribunal Acquits Laurent Gbagbo Of All Charges

Former Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo, has been declared innocent of all charges against him by an Appeals Trial Chamber of the International Criminal Court, ICC. Also acquitted was Mr Blé Goudé. A press release made available to Igbodefender read: “Today, 31 March 2021, the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or “Court”)… Continue reading Breaking: ICC Appeals Tribunal Acquits Laurent Gbagbo Of All Charges

ICC To Pay Malian Population Symbolic Reparation Over Timbuktu 2012 Destructions

The International Criminal Court, ICC, has concluded plans to pay 1 euro to each Malian as symbolic reparation over the destruction of cultural sites in Timbuktu in 2012 by forces loyal to Mr Al Mahdi. The symbolic reparation will e paid on 30th of March, 2021 by the ICC. Mali’s President will host the event… Continue reading ICC To Pay Malian Population Symbolic Reparation Over Timbuktu 2012 Destructions

ICC President Eboe-Osuji Tasks New Judges On Justice For Victims

“Victims across the globe look to The Hague in hope of justice, when domestic courts fail to provide redress… the expectations are high, and the challenges can seem daunting at times. But I am confident that your stellar experience and stalwart antecedents will stand you in good stead to meet those expectations and challenges”. –… Continue reading ICC President Eboe-Osuji Tasks New Judges On Justice For Victims

Breaking: ICC President Eboe-Osuji Cannot Bring Biafra, Can Judge Cases But Not Prosecute

With the appointment of Justice Eboe Osuji as the President of the International Criminal Court (congratulations once again,Sir), there have been unrealistic hopes by pro Biafran independence agitators that he will bring about the emergence of Biafra, while prosecuting enemies of IPOB. But Zikist Movement found out that the ICC president has to remain more… Continue reading Breaking: ICC President Eboe-Osuji Cannot Bring Biafra, Can Judge Cases But Not Prosecute

SERAP Drags 11 Nigerian Governors To ICC For Owing Civil Servants

An NGO, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), has dragged 11 Nigerian governors to the International Criminal Court for owing government workers in their states heavily. Interestingly, the governors include governors of oil producing states, whom many expect to be swimming in money. Only one geopolitical region in the country didn’t have a governor on the list.… Continue reading SERAP Drags 11 Nigerian Governors To ICC For Owing Civil Servants