By Innocent Anaba
A Federal High Court sitting in  Lagos, yesterday, adjourned till November 20, to hear the motion for substituted service in a suit against the All Progressive Congress, APC, over ward congress irregularities.

Mr Bamidele Avoseh, a member of the party, in the suit, is seeking an order, setting aside the APC congress, held in May, for allegedly being irregular.

He is also asking the court to declare that the refusal to submit his name as a delegate duly listed to contest the state delegates congress election, was contrary to the Electoral Act.

Defendants in the suit are: the APC, Mr Joseph Ayodeji, Mr Tayo Sanyaolu, Mr. Tunde Balogun, Chairman APC Lagos, National Chairman APC, and the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC.

At the hearing of the suit,  counsel to the plaintiff,  informed the court that all defendants had been served with the court processes, excluding the third and fifth.

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