Court suspends Secondus as PDP National Chairman –
A Court in Rivers State on Monday granted an interim order restraining Uche Secondus from parading himself or acting as the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party.
Justice Okogbule Gbasam of the Degema Division of the Rivers State High Court sitting in Port Harcourt gave the order.
Gbasam held: “That an order of interim injunction is granted restraining the first defendant from parading himself as a member of the second defendant or National Chairman of the defendant or performing the functions of National Chairman of the second defendant or any committee of the second defendants at ward, local government or state level or calling for any ward, local government or state congress of the second defendant or setting up committees for such congresses or participating in any activity of the second defendant whatsoever whilst on suspension as a member of the second defendant pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice for interlocutory injunction.”
The order of the vacation court follows a motion exparte marked PHC/2183/CS/2021 and filed by four persons: Ibeawuchi Alex, Dennis Amadi, Emmanuel Stephen and Umeziriki Onucha.
Secondus and the PDP were listed as the first and second respondents to the suit.
According to documents signed by the Assistant Chief Registrar (Litigation) of the court, Patricia Victor-Nwoka, Justice Gbasam also ordered Secondus to stop parading himself as a member of the PDP.
He made the order after reading the affidavit in support of the motion exparte and the written address as well as heard the submissions of the counsel for the applicants.
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