Lawsuit seeking Deputy Senate President, Omo-Agege's sack has been dismissed by court

A claim looking for the sack of Ovie Omo-Agege as the Deputy Senate President and Senator speaking to Delta Central senatorial region, has been excused by a government high court in Abuja.

Administering on the suit recorded by the Incorporated Trustees of Empowerment for Unemployed Youth Initiative (EUYI) who asserted that Omo-Agege was condemned to prison and suspended from law practice for a long time for crime including moral turpitude, falsification of checks adding up to $890 with which he expected to swindle the Bank of America.

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Ahined Mehone and Elpert Defrietas infringing upon California Penal Code Section 470, Justice Ahmed Mohammed said it was a maltreatment of court process and signified "to bother, humiliate and disturb the main respondent (Omo-Agege)".

He held that the issues brought up in the claim which includes charge of imitation, has been settled in a judgment conveyed by an Abuja high court on January 29, 2020. Equity Mohammed said "unmistakably the main respondent was not indicted as affirmed."

The government high court judge accordingly granted an expense of N300,000 for every one of the four litigants which incorporate Omo-Agege, the Clerk of the Senate, the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Independent and National Electoral Commission (INEC). The cash is to be mutually paid by the offended party and their legal advisors.

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