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JUST IN: Court Orders Giadom To Stop Parading Himself As APC Member

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A Rivers High Court ordered Victor Giadom, a former deputy national of the All Progressive Congress (APC), to parade himself as a party member or officer.

Justice C. Nwogu handed the order in a lawsuit filed against APC Rivers chapter by Okechukwu Chidor Ogbonna and Mac-Lords Peterson; Acting Chairman of Chapter Igo Aguma; Victor Giadom and Golden Chioma in Port-Harcourt.

The court ordered that, having been suspended by APC ‘s State Executive Committee (SEC), Giadom would not engage in the party ‘s activities until the substantive case is decided.

The judge ruled: “An order of interim order is hereby restraining the third defendant from parading himself as an officer or member… or exercising any right or privilege accruable to members….”

As a replacement, APC Rivers had forwarded Barrister Worgu Boms to the National Working Committee (NWC), which on Monday swore him in.

The Judge adjourned further hearing to July 9, 2020 in the case.

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