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Friday, 9 June 2017

Abia Gov: Appeal court hears Nwosu, Ikpeazu suit, June 15

The Court of Appeal, Owerri Division, has settled June 15 to hear an interest, CA/OW/190/2016, documented by Sir Friday Nwosu against the July 8, 2016 judgment of the Federal High Court, Owerri which cleared Gov. Okezie Ikpeazu of charged accommodation of false data and produced assess records. A hearing notification marked by the Court of Appeal registry, Owerri Division, located by Vanguard, read; "In the Court of Appeal, Owerri Judicial Division, Suit No.FHC/OW/CS/191/2015, Appeal No.CA/OW/190/2016, between Sir Friday Nwanozie Nwosu (Appellant) and Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and three others (Respondents). "Observe that the previously mentioned interest has been settled for hearing under the steady gaze of the Court of Appeal sitting at Port Harcourt street, Owerri, on Thursday fifteenth day of June, 2017." Nwosu, who challenged the December 8, 2014 PDP governorship primaries had blamed Ikpeazu for submitting false expense data to his gathering. He asked the court to preclude Ikpeazu and proclaim him the legitimate PDP competitor in the decision. Disappointed with the judgment of the Federal High Court, Owerri, Nwosu had spoke to the Court of Appeal. On December 2, 2016, a five man board of the Court of Appeal, sitting at Owerri, headed by Justice R.C. Agbo, had declined judgment on the interest. In view of the choice, Nwosu additionally engaged the Supreme Court.

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