The former secretary of national publicity for the late new People’s Democratic Party (nPDP) and head of the All Progressive Congress, APC, in the state of Rivers, Chief Eze Chukwuemeka Eze, described Wednesday’s ruling against Senator Magnus Abe as thorough and thorough.
Latest nigeria newspaper reports that the court dismissed the sentences of Abe, a former Southeast Rivers senator against the APC, and set aside the provisional order that arrested the neighborhood, local government and the state congresses of the Rivers APC previously scheduled by the National Labor Committee (NWC) of the party.
Eze, who made his position known through a statement he signed and made available to Latest nigeria newspaper, said the ruling has resolved all speculations and uncertainties about the future of Rivers APC, which has been wrapped up in a furious internal crisis.
The court, in a ruling, eliminated the plaintiffs’ prayers and annulled the interlocutory mandate against the conduct of the congresses, citing that the action was instituted by an incorrect legal procedure and further affirming that the trial of a court cannot be interpreted by another court of coordinated jurisdiction.
Latest nigeria newspaper reports that The cost of N100,000 (only One Hundred Thousand Naira) was also awarded against the plaintiffs: Ibrahim Umah and 22 Ors. in favor of the Respondent: the APC.
Eze said that with the result of the “historical trial”, Abe’s political problems had just increased, and he said that “after distancing himself from the political family that brought him to the spotlight, for reasons that only he knows, he has been courting a series of problems at every step of his impious political maneuver.
“After losing his seat in the Senate that would have made him the Vice President of the Senate and his dream of becoming Minister of the plummeting of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, other unfortunate vicissitudes have occurred: his inability to continue maintaining the structure of APC in the state as a hostage, Governor Wike’s refusal to accommodate a reasonable number of his discontented group, as well as Wike’s refusal to anoint him for the governor elections of 2023. He seems to be lost in the political desert , without an address, “Eze said.
While applauding the court for the ruling, Eze said his confidence in the judiciary has not been shaken. He congratulated the members of the APC and praised them for their patience and peaceful disposition during the provocative periods of Abe.
Latest nigeria newspaper reports that Eze appealed to the National Work Committee of the APC to immediately reschedule and establish modalities for congresses to re-route the party for the good people of Rivers.