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Court Dismises Interlocutory Injunction Suit Filed By Secondus

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) national convention scheduled for tomorrow October 30 will hold as planned.

This followed the decision of the three-man Appeal Panel sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, to dismiss an interlocutory injunction suit filed by its embattled former national chairman, Prince Uche Secondus, seeking to stop the convention from holding.

Reading the judgement, Justice Gabriel Kolawole said Secondus’ suit before it was as after-thought and abuse of court process.

The court blamed him for not acting when his ward and local governments suspended him until now.

It urged the party to go on with the planned convention.

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Written by Issa Saliu

I am a journalist based in Ilorin

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