The members of the All Progressives Congress whom have earlier filed separates suits challenging the outcome of the state congress before the State High Court in Yola have made a protest move to re-list their cases that were withdrawn without their consent to do so.
The members emphasized that they became aware of the clandestine move instigated by some party members who parades themselves as the owners of the party who can do and do not minding whose ox is gored. Let it be known that the right to seek redress is the constitutional right of the parties that possess the sole right to institute an action and the corresponding right to withdraw same if they so wishes.
The parties jointly denied discontinuing their suits and threatened to take legal action against all those that misled their Lawyer or foisted the purported motion on the court.According to the aggrieved members, they have instructed another Lawyer whom have since written and filed letters before the same court to enable them file a motion for the re-listing of their case before the court.
They have also assured our medium that they are optimistic that they have a very strong case against the party and it’s leadership.
Fatima Mohammed Yawale, Stanley Aso, Livinus Udurbu, Jason Baba Kwage and Fanis Ganjiyo have all dragged APC to Adamawa high court challenging the outcome of the last Party’s primaries.
R. M Agav and Co have wrote an official letter to the Adamawa State high Court registrar listing the names of Plaintiffs in a suit application for the certified true copies (CTC) for motion of withdrawal.
Counsel to the plaintiffs, RM Agav said the application is to enable them write for the re-listing of the separates suits of the plaintiffs that were withdrawn without the consent of the all plaintiffs/Applicants.