- A court in the United States has ordered that only files not directly connected to Tinubu will be released
- The court announced this in a ruling on Monday
US court refuses request to release Tinubu’s FBI files
A US court has ruled that a only a fraction of Tinubu's FBI records will be released to the public.
Recall that the FBI vowed to release of 2,500 documents associated with President Tinubu by the end of October.
However, the court’s ruling declared that only documents that is not related to the president will be made available to the public.
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The lawsuit in question was initiated by investigative journalist David Hundeyin, and Aaron Greenspan.
They contended that the public have legitimate right to access information regarding the president’s historical background.
They also argued that the FBI records could potentially offer insights into his alleged involvement in criminal activities.
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