Court Restrains Umeh From Suspending Abia APGA Boss

A High Court sitting at Obingwa council area, Abia state has restrained the national chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Chief Victor Umeh from suspending from office, the State Chairman of the party, Barr. Prince Ukaegbu pending the determination of the substantive suit.
Dissatisfied with Umeh’s action, Ukaegbu filed a suit praying the court to quash the suspension. Joined in the suit were Alhaji Sani Shinkafi, Uchenna Okogbuo and APGA.
In her ruling, the presiding Judge, Hon. Justice Ory Zik Ikeorha said after reading the 21 paragraph affidavit deposed to by the applicant and after due consideration to the written address of counsel of the applicant, Ukpai Ukairo  and after hearing him move the motion ex-parte brought in pursuant to the  provisions of Order 39 Rule 1(1) and (2); Order 38 Rule 8 and Oder 1 Rule 2 of Abia State High Court (Civil Procedure) Rules, 2014, for an order of interim injunction, the court restrained Umeh and his agents from taking over the functions of the applicant, pending the hearing and determination of the substantive motion on notice.
The court directed the applicant to within seven days ensure service of the order by any lawful means on the defendants. The matter was adjourned to December 1, 2014 for hearing.
Recall that Umeh had last week announced the suspension of Ukaegbu. The action has been roundly condemned by APGA faithful in the state who told our correspondent that suspending Ukaegbu at the heat of the preparations of the 2015 polls would surely hurt the party.
According to them, Ukaegbu is a veteran politician and remains the pillar of the party in the state. “Onapuruagu Nnanna Ukaegbu has done a lot for APGA in Abia state. He has been the leading voice and face of APGA in Abia state and does not deserve such treatment on baseless allegations by Victor Umeh,” a party chieftain in Aba South council told



    Chairman of Ohanaeze NDI IGBO (Pakistan Chapter)

    In early day of my practical life, it was said that expatriates are the ambassador of their respective countries. Look at this face, what kind of ambassador he is, spoiling his country name in abroad.

    His name is Elder-Statesman Emeka Eric Adonis (recently, I heard his real name is CHUKWEYEN CHUKWEMEKA ERIC (thanks Sandra Duru for this information), a Nigerian National (his pics are given above) remained in my house in Lahore Pakistan from 16 June 2010 – 14 October 2011. According to a written agreement, he was suppose to pay the electricity bill monthly but he vacated my house without paying the electricity bill with electricity meter disconnected. Here is his outstanding detail:

    Electricity bill Rs.82,252.00
    One door damaged Rs. 8,000.00 (min. cost of a door)
    Electricity restoration charges Rs. 4,000.00
    Total: Rs.94,252.00
    Less his security with me Rs.30,000.00
    Net payable by him Rs.64,252.00

    Until, he was in my house, I was like his father, now a day, he is not willing to meet me and hiding somewhere in Lahore – Pakistan.

    Moreover, he gave me a copy of Kenyan Passport. I have a written confirmation from Kenya Embassy, Islamabad – Pakistan that he is not a Kenyan National rather Nigerian. Incompetent and non professional people sitting in Nigerian Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan never replied to my emails while Kenyan Officials replied promptly which I appreciate whole heartedly. My feeling is that Nigerian Embassy officials in Islamabad are there to protect the criminal rather the country interest.

    He claimed, Chairman of Ohanaeze NDI IGBO (Pakistan Chapter), what will be the future of this movement whose chairman is CHEATER/COWARD/LIAR/CRIMINAL.

    Please feel free to write me ( for any clarification. I have written agreement as well as the electricity bill I paid, if anyone wish to see for his / her satisfaction.

    Kindly condemn him at his facebook Elder-Statesman Emeka Eric Adonis OR send him a sms at his Mobile No. 0092306505045 who is tarnishing you Country and Nation name abroad..

    CHEATER/COWARD/LIAR is misguiding at this forum (of the record) that he had paid the dues to Nigerian Embassy in Pakistan. Can you please ask him to produce the proof of payment over here, how much and to whom he paid. Thanks

    Thanks in advance. Regards M Abdullah, Sharjah, UAE Contact No. 00971505271862 & 00971552445361


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