The legal tussle on the national leadership of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) on Thursday took a new twist with the Court of Appeal in Abuja slamming a N10 million fine on two chieftains of the party for abusing the processes of the court in the matter.
The fine was imposed on the duo as punishment for bringing what the court considered as frivolous and incompetent appeal before it.
The two chieftains are Chiefs Edozie Njoku and Chinedu Benedict Okoro who, in their joint appeal asked the court to resolve dispute on APGA national leadership in which a judgment had earlier been delivered by Kano division of the court.
Justice Jummai Hanatu Sankey in a ruling on the appeal held that…
Source: Nigerian Tribune