Court Bars Former PDP Chairman Uche Secondus from Party Meetings Pending Suit Resolution

A Federal High Court in Abuja has issued an order preventing former Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Uche Secondus, from participating in the party’s meetings until the determination of a motion on notice....READ FULL ARTICLE

The ruling, granted in an ex-parte motion by PDP member Titus Jones, restrains Secondus from attending any gatherings of the party, including those of the National Executive Council and Board of Trustees.

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Justice Inyang Ekwo, presiding over the case marked FHC/ABJ/CS/440/2024, granted all reliefs sought by the plaintiff, prohibiting Secondus from engaging in any party activities pending further court proceedings.

It partly read, “Order is hereby made restraining the fourth defendant, his agents, servants, subordinates, officers howsoever described from giving any notice of a meeting of the second defendant be it caucus meetings, meetings of the National Executive Committee (fifth defendant) or Board of Trustees (seventh defendant) or any other meeting however called to the furst defendant who has been suspended from the second defendant pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice

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“Order is hereby made restraining the first defendant from attending any meeting of the second defendant, be it caucus meetings, meetings of the National Executive Committee (fifth defendant) or Board of Trustees (seventh defendant) or any other meeting howsoever described participating in the proceedings, deliberations of any such meeting pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice.”

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The matter is scheduled for April 12, 2024, for the motion on notice to be addressed....READ FULL ARTICLE