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Court restrains Ogbudugbudu council members

By Emma Amaize
WARRI—A Delta State High Court sitting at Oghara has restrained Emmanuel Beggi and eight other defendants from parading or holding themselves as members of the Block Executive Committee of Ogbudugbudu National Council.

Presiding judge, Justice D.C. Maidoh, who gave the order of interim injunction following an application by Mr. Meshack Ubabiri and four other plaintiffs, also restrained the defendants, their agents, privies and/or hirelings from “carrying out any of the functions of the Block Executive of the Ogbodugbudu National Council pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice already filed in this suit”.

The court also restrained the defendants from dealing with or interfering with or spending or accessing or demanding for funds/resources due to the Ogbudugbudu National Council or any committee set up under the council, pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice.

Justice, Maidoh, however, ordered that the interim injunction would subsist for 21 days from the day of ruling, October 20, and adjourned hearing to November 24.


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