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Secondus Reacts to Court Order Stopping Him From Parading Himself As PDP National Chairman

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Secondus and the main opposition party were listed as the first and second respondents to the suit.

Uche Secondus has said he is yet to be served a court order stopping him from acting as the National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). 

Recall that Justice Okogbule Gbasam of the Degema Division of the Rivers State High Court had while ruling on a motion ex parte marked PHC/2183/CS/2021 and filed by four persons – Ibeawuchi Alex, Dennis Amadi, Emmanuel Stephen, and Umeziriki Onucha stopped Secondus from parading himself as the chairman of PDP. 

Secondus and the main opposition party were listed as the first and second respondents to the suit. However Secondus’ media aide, Ike Abonyi who countered reports that the order had been given, claimed that the story of the restraining order originated through the special assistant on media to the Rivers State Governor. 

Abonyi said;  “If Secondus and the party are taken to court, they will defend themselves.“PDP and Secondus are not afraid of court; this party is a child of history, owned by Nigerians, bigger than any individual or group, including desperadoes.”