Agn Court ruling!Ibinabo camp replies Emeka ike camp says stop misinformation

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The rift in Agn continued yesterday with the federal high court making some pronouncements,Immediately this happened the Emeka ike faction released this statement

The Federal High Court sitting in Lagos, this morning 23/3/2016 at the application and argument of Counsel to Actors Guild of Nigeria, Barr. Peter Andor Oboyi, struck out Ibinabo’s and BOT suit challenging the nullification of her election to the Presidency of AGN and also challenging the legitimacy of the Presidency of Emeka Ike and his Exco. The implication of this judgement is that Engr. Emeka Ike led Exco remain the only authentic and lawful leaders of Actors Guild of Nigeria. The Honourable Court vehemently reiterated the position of the judicial authority that, Ibinabo, her purported exco members and the Board of Trustees vacate forthwith the office of AGN both at the National and State level and accordingly surrender all AGN assets at their unlawful possession to the incumbent Engr Emeka Ike’s Government.

We reached out to the ibinabo side and here is their reaction

It was misinterpretation of judgement. Our application for stay of execution in the judgment of a case between St. Maradona and AGN was dismissed yesterday. It has nothing to do with Emeka Ike and his cohorts. It’s misinformation out of desperation to cause confusion in the Guild. There is an appeal on the judgement pending at the appeal court and we are also going to file another motion today for the stay of execution. Our application was not dismissed for lack of merit but as a result of some mistakes in filing process. Why the hues and cries on that. People should not be too desperate like this. After all we are professionals actors not politicians. The struggle to lay claim to power at all cost is tarnishing our reputation. You must not be a President to contribute ur quota to the development of ur industry. Thanks.

Abu Abubakar

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