A courtroom has restrained 4 people from parading themselves as National Officers of the Labour Party resulting from allegations of doc forgery and illegal substitutions over the past basic elections.
A High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has issued a restraining order in opposition to 4 people who had been allegedly parading themselves as National Officers of the Labour Party.
The order was issued on Wednesday, April 05, 2023, by Justice Hamza Muazu in Abuja, following an ex-parte software argued by Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), James Ogwu Onoja.
Meet the restrained officers
According to Onoja, the restrained nationwide officers, together with the National Chairman of the Labour Party, Mr Julius Abure, National Secretary Farouk Ibrahim, National Organising Secretary Mr Clement Ojukwu and one different particular person, allegedly solid a number of paperwork of the FCT High Court to hold out illegal substitutions within the final basic elections.
What occurred in courtroom?
The Senior lawyer tendered a number of paperwork confirming that the Chief Registrar of the Court wrote to the Labour Party to disown a number of paperwork used for the alleged legal actions by Abure and three others.
Onoja additional knowledgeable the courtroom that the 4 people had been indicted by a police investigation and are to be arraigned in courtroom, with warrants for his or her arrest already obtained.
What the courtroom determined
After reviewing the appliance and supporting affidavits, Justice Muazu held that the case offered argument for the request to be granted.
As a outcome, he issued a direct restraining order in opposition to the 4 people, ordering them to cease parading themselves as National Officers of the Labour Party.