The court of appeal has delivered a judgment on Adams Oshiomhole‘s removal as the Chairman of APC.
The appeal court has stayed the execution of the March 4, 2020 order of a High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) restraining the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Nigeria’s ruling party, Adams Oshiomhole from further acting in that capacity.
In a three-man panel of justices, led by Justice Abubakar Datti Yahaha was unanimous in granting the reliefs contained in an ex-parte motion argued on Monday, March 16 by a senior lawyer to Oshiomhole and the APC, Wole Olanipekun (SAN).
The court ruling led by Justice Yahaya, also restrained the respondents from further taking any further steps in relation to the March 4, 2020 order by Justice Danlami Senchi of the High Court of the FCT.
Justice Yahaha added: “We employ political parties to try to resolve their differences amicably without having to unnecessarily bother the court.”
The agreements reached during the Zonal Caucus meeting, which ended on Thursday night in Abuja about Victor Giadom replacing Oshiomhole does not stand.