Court orders party, chairman to maintain status quo until the determination of injunction suit
The All Progressives Congress, APC, and its Caretaker Chairman in Rivers, Isaac Ogbogbula, have been ordered to maintain the status quo by a Port Harcourt High Court.
Justice Ben Whyte issued the order pending the hearing and decision on Steven Wonah and six others’ motion on notice for interlocutory injunction, which was filed on July 31, 21.
After receiving the motion for interlocutory injunction, the judge gave the APC and Ogbogbula twenty-four hours to respond.
The applicants were also given twenty-four hours to respond to the defendant’s counter-affidavit after receiving the defendant’s response.
The respondents will also be served by substituted means at the new APC Secretariat in GRA Port Harcourt, according to the court.
In the meantime, the case has been postponed until August 5th.
The applicants who went to court are disgruntled members of the party who paid money for intent forms to the party’s dedicated account and received bank tellers as proof of payment but were not issued forms to run forward executives at the ward congresses on July 31, 2021.
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