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US Court Rejects Greenspan’s Bid for Tinubu Info


The United States District Court of the District of Columbia has declined a request from Aaron Greenspan, who sought to compel various US security agencies to promptly disclose information, including documents, about President Bola Tinubu.

The decision was made by Judge Beryl A. Howell on Monday, citing Greenspan’s failure to meet the necessary conditions outlined in his motion for an emergency hearing.

Greenspan had urgently filed the motion, appealing to the Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys, the Department of State, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Internal Revenue Service, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Central Intelligence Agency for an immediate release of the documents. He emphasized their importance for presentation before the Supreme Court, particularly in relation to the recent appeals by Atiku and Obi.


According to Greenspan, the deliberate scheduling of the appeals hearing by the Supreme Court on the previous day was seen as an attempt to render his US court petition ineffective. He had requested the release of the documents concerning President Tinubu no later than October 31.

Furthermore, Greenspan’s civil suit, filed under number 23-1816, also sought similar information and documents regarding Mueez Adegboyega Akande, who reportedly passed away on November 16, 2022.

In response to the motion for the immediate release of the documents, the US court ruled that Greenspan failed to sufficiently demonstrate the compelling public interest that would outweigh President Tinubu’s right to privacy.

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Simultaneously, President Tinubu’s legal team has filed a motion with the court, seeking permission to represent the President in the lawsuit. Further details on the matter are expected to follow shortly.

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