Court Order Affirming Suspension Of Ganduje Fraudulent, Won’t Be Recognised – APC

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) has described the order of a Kano State High Court which affirmed the suspension of its National Chairman, Dr Abdullahi Ganduje as fraudulent, unlawful, saying the order will not be recognised or respected.

APC’s National Legal Adviser, Prof. Abdulkarim Kana stated this while briefing journalists shortly after the APC Ward Executives from Ganduje Ward of Kano State visited the party’s National Chairman at the headquarters in Abuja, on Wednesday.

Kana also said the ward executives had proceeded to the National Judicial Council (NJC) to submit a petition against the Kano High Court judge who delivered the judgement to be called to order.

The party’s legal Adviser said individuals who are behind the purported suspension are neither APC members nor executives of party in Ganduje Ward.

“It is a typical 419 situation, and they went too far by obtaining a fraudulent judgment. We also heard this afternoon about that order. We haven’t seen it but any form order that emanates from falsehood, then you know that such order is unlawful and will not be recognized or respected.

“The Ganduje ward executive are also going to the NJC to submit a petition against the judge who granted the exparte order. If a judge refuses to invite the other party before granting such order, and even follows the order with a threat, you know that such judge has a vested interest.

“Those who purportedly went and appeared before him are fraudsters. One of those whose names appeared in court in the case is here in Abuja at the secretariat and his name is appearing over there. Where are they getting all these things?

“They have gone too far and the court has also gone too far. The NJC had before now issued a directive to courts not to issue such fraudulent exparte orders without listening to the other party. What would it have taken the judge to order that the APC be served a hearing notice,” Kana queried.


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