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APGA leadership: Disobey court orders, I jail you – Judge tells Njoku



AN ABUJA High Court presided over by Justice O. C Agbaza, yesterday cautioned one Edozie Njoku on the consequences of disobeying courts orders.

  Njoku, 2nd defendant in a suit filed by Dr. Victor Oye, where Njoku was restrained from parading himself as All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) National Chairman.

Following an application by counsel to current National Chairman, Dr. Victor Oye, the court warned Njoku of the consequences of a violation of a subsisting order of court.

  “I will not hesitate to send you to Kuje Prison for contempt, if you ever disobey court orders,” Justice Agbaza said.

  The order restraining Njoku was personally served on him in court.

  The court had since July 4, also restrained APGA as a party, from recognising the said Njoku as its National Chairman, until the determination of the substantive suit.

  The matter was adjourned to Dec. 12 for further hearing.

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