High Court Judge Explodes In Anger, Shuts Down 3 Top PDP States, Delivers Shocking Judgement

Justice Yusuf Halilu, of the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, High Court, has issued an ex-parte order, directing the Paris-London Club Refund bank accounts of Abia, Cross River, and Delta States, be frozen.

The accounts to be frozen are listed as follows: Abia State Paris and London Club Debit Refund, 1019892950, UBA Bank Plc; CRS Paris and London Club Debit Refund, 101989719, UBA Bank Plc; and DTSG CRS Paris and London Club Debit Refund, 1012906702, Zenith Bank Plc, respectively.

The court gave the order amidst allegations that the Governors of the three States preferred payment to family members, friends, and cronies, in the guise of settling the fees for consultancy services at the expense of the real consultant progenitor of the Paris-London Club Refund.

Abia State government reportedly owes the real consultant progenitor the sum of $11,325,000 and N1.72bn; Cross River State government owes the sum of $8,050,000 and N1.2bn; while, Delta State government owes $27,274,135 and N3bn.

According to documents, the court order was sequel to an affidavit in support of ex-parte originating summons, sworn to by Dr. Maurice Ibe, the Chairman and Managing Director of Mauritz Walton Nigeria Ltd, and filed before the court by his Counsels; Alex Marama, Charles Ude, and Kenneth N.Esq Ibe averred that there is an urgent need for the court to direct the third defendants (United Bank for Africa (UBA) Plc and Zenith Bank Nig. Plc) in the suits CV/2470/17, CV/2536/17, CV/2469/17 and motions M/8777/17, M8780/17, M/8784/17 to in the interim, stop further disbursement of the money already in or accruing to the respective Paris-London Club Refund accounts domiciled with them, which belong to the three States respectively.

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