The Federal High Court in Abuja on Monday fixed June 20 for the adoption of processes in the suit filed by Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, against the Department of State Services, DSS.
The judge had warned lawyers for DSS and Kanu against truncating proceedings on the next adjourned date.
Kanu, through his team of lawyers, had sued the DSS and its Director General as the first and second respondents in the matter.
Kanu asked the court for permission to apply for an order of mandamus to compel the DSS to allow him unhindered access to his medical doctor, among others.
The DSS countered that there was a subsisting judgement of a sister court delivered by Justice Taiwo Taiwo on June 3, 2022, wherein the court dealt substantially with the issue of allowing the IPOB leader access to his personal physician. Kanu had filed an appeal against the judgement.