Wednesday, 23 November 2016

Abomination: Court Deposed Monarch

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A Rivers State High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, yesterday, solicited the present tenant from Eze Epara Rebisi stool, Prince Victor Woluchem, to abandon the seat pending the finish of the matter pending before it concerning the honored position.

The Eze Apara Rebisi stool has been a subject of debate after the passing of Eze Sunday Nnanta Woluchem, who was the last inhabitant of the stool.

While the matter was still subject of suit, previous Governor Chibuike Amaechi, proceeded to perceive Woluchem as the Eze Epara Rebisi.

However, a contender to the position of authority, Chief Emeka Anyabelem, moved toward the court asking the court to set aside the acknowledgment which Amaechi concurred Woluchem.

In his decision, Justice Monima Dagogo requested that Woluchem empty the honored position taking note of that the activity of Amaechi, who was the tenth respondent in the matter, demonstrated no regard for the legal.

Danagogo, while requesting Woluchem to instantly quit parading himself as Eze Epara Rebisi pending the assurance of the court on the substantive matter, cautioned gatherings to quit laying cases to the honored position and deferred till December 19, 2016, for say.



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