A Federal High Court in Lagos has rejected a suit filed by Uche Secondus and his faction of the PDP. The suit sought to restrain the party from calling, summoning or presiding over any meeting except one called by Secondus. It was filed against Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF).
The applicants sought the following reliefs:
An interlocutory order of injunction restraining the first, third, fourth and fifth defendants by themselves, their servants, agents, privies, associates or whosoever from stopping, disturbing or in any way interfering with the exercise by the second Defendant.
An interlocutory order restraining the first, third, fourth and fifth defendants/respondents from communicating with the second defendant while the substantive suit is pending. All agencies or organs of the Federal Government under the supervision and control of the seventh defendant; other than through the 2nd Defendant.
Recall that the Federal Government has been served with an interlocutory order of injunctions against the sixth and seventh defendants in the ongoing High Court action brought by former President Muhammadu Buhari’s son, Muhammadu Sani Abubakar, on behalf of his son-in-lawyer.
Presiding judge, Justice Tijjani Ringim, however, declined to entertain the suit holding that it was unripe for hearing since the defendants were yet to respond to the motion.
The judge also said the respondents had time to file their responses since the applicant’s processes were served on the respondents on September 2nd.
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