Story By: Akinola Emmanuel
The court of Appeal, Abuja has withdrew the rights and privileges of the National Chairman, All Progressive Congress (APC) Adams Oshiomole as well as his security details.
The Appellate court also affirmed the suspension of Oshiomole as a member and national chairman APC.
In an unanimous judgement in the first appeal delivered by Justice Eunice Onyemanam, the court held that the FCT High court had territorial jurisdiction to have entertained the suit as it did.
The appellate court predicated its decision on the ground that Oshiomole as the first appellant is based in Abuja while the APC also had its national headquarters in Abuja.
In the judgement of the second appeal delivered by Justice Mohammed Lamido, the court disagreed with Oshiomole that his right to fair hearing was breached.
It further held that the suspension of Oshiomole from ward 10 of Etsako Local Government Of Edo state was ratified at the ward, local government and state level as required by law.