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Court fixes March 11 to hear suit against Gov Akeredolu, others

A Federal Excessive Courtroom, Abuja has fastened March 11 for listening to a go well with filed by the Chief Choose of Ondo State, Justice Oluwatoyin Akerdeolu towards Governor, Oluwarotimi Akeredolu.

Justice Akeredolu, within the go well with, claimed that the Ondo State Governor and the state’s Home of Meeting had been plotting to take away her from workplace beneath the pretext of investigating allegations made in a viral video by one Olupelumi Fagboyegun.

The go well with has the Lawyer Basic of the Federation (AGF), the Nationwide Judicial Council (NJC), Ondo State Governor, Ondo State Lawyer Basic (AG), the state’s Home of Meeting and the Inspector Basic of Police (IGP) as defendants.

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Jibrin Okutepa SAN, lawyer to the plaintiff advised the courtroom that each one the defendants have been served with the originating course of inside three days in keeping with the order made by the courtroom on February 25, 2021.

Okutepa stated he was prepared for the listening to of a movement on discover already filed by the plaintiff.

Additionally, Counsel to the Lawyer Basic of the Federation (AGF), T. A. Uchegbu, stated she got here involved with the case file in her workplace yesterday (March 4, 2021)

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Uchegbu prayed the courtroom for an adjournment to allow her workplace reply to the functions served on it.

Delivering judgment, Justice Inyang Ekwo cautioned towards delay within the case, noting that, “upon perusing the proof of service within the courtroom’s file, I observe that each one the defendants have been served.

“The primary defendant is in courtroom, however has not filed something and the second to sixth defendants usually are not in courtroom and haven’t filed something.

“The adjournment is on the occasion of the defendants,” he stated.

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