How Lawyers, Civil Servant, Asabe Waziri Deceived Police To Invade Property

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Facts have emerged of how a millionaire civil servant, Ms Asabe Waziri, a staff of the Nigerian National Petroleum Company, and his lawyers, Chukwudi Prince Oli, and C. J. Abengowe of Oli and Partners deceived the Nigerian Police to invade a property situated at No 1, Mekong Close, Mailama, Abuja.

As at the time of filing this report, findings revealed that the police are still occupying the property.

Despite being aware of the court order barring them from having anything to do with the property, Asabe and his lawyers decieved the police to give them cover to take over the property.

Justice Mohammed Madugu of the High Court of Justice of the Federal Capital Territory had ordered Asabe Waziri not to go near the property pending the hearing and determination of the substantive suit.

Justice Madugu had ordered, “upon reading the Motion on Notice along with the accompanying affidavit of Yinke Bariwa inciudng the wiitten oddress filed along with the application. And upon hearing A.V GANI (Esq) Counsel for the Claimant/Appilicant.

“Court hereby makes the following order(s): leave of ths court is granted to the Clamant/Appitcont for an interlocutory injunction restraining the 1sy Defendant/Respondent ( Asabe Waziri) from imterfenng. trespassing, disturbing the quiet possession of the Applicants or doing anything adverse to property described as a two (2) bedroom unit, of flat 3B and 3C, Abeh signature Apartments, 1, Mekong Close. Maitama Abuja FCT, pending the hearing of the substontive suit with Reference No: CV/3261/22”

The absence of the judge yesterday stalled the hearing of the suit.

The case has been adjourned to. March 27, 2024.

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