The Lautoka High Court has granted Grace Road Fiji's President Daniel Kim's counsel three days to file further material in relation to his Habeas Corpus application.
A Writ of Habeas Corpus protects against unlawful and indefinite imprisonment.
Kim is represented by Kings Counsel Simon Ower, Ronald Gordan, Nilesh Prasad and Vasu Pillay while Solicitor General, Ropate Lomavatu is representing the State.
The Habeas Corpus matter has been adjourned until the 29th of this month.
The matter will be called once again at midday for a judicial review application.
Kim is in immigration custody as he has been declared a prohibited immigrant making his presence in Fiji unlawful after the South Korean Government nullified his passport.
Minister for Immigration, Pio Tikoduadua confirms the Government of Korea communicated through diplomatic channels on 21st September, 2018 that they have nullified the passports of Kim and 6 other individuals connected with the Grace Road Cult.
He says these individuals’ passports were nullified by the Korean Government in relation to charges laid by the South Korean Government who had issued issued a warrant for their arrest.
The Immigration Minister says in July 2018, Red Notices were published by Interpol referring to these individuals as "Fugitives wanted for Prosecution".
Meanwhile, more than 100 supporters are outside Lautoka High Court to show their support for Kim.
They held signs saying '#Justice4Grace', 'Stop Religious Oppression', 'We need Daniel Kim' and 'Stop witch hunt'.
Divisional Police Commander West Senior Superintendent of Police Iakobo Vaisewa says they are allowing Grace Road supporters to display their grievances peacefully.
He says the supporters have gathered peacefully but they have many police officers and some in civilian clothing to keep an eye on the situation.
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