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Court Restrains Chief Gabriel Chukwuma From Interfering with Ifeanyi Ubah FC

by on December 21, 2015
 
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A High Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has granted the request from the proprietor of FC Ifeanyi Ubah, to restrain Chief Gabriel Chukwuma from interfering with the rights of Dr. Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah and FC Ifeanyi Ubah to operate as a football club and participate in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL).
Recall that Chief Gabriel Chukwuma, who sold Gabros Football Club and its stadium to Dr. Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah, had claimed that he has taken control of the club and was making preparations to participate in the forthcoming season.
The court restrained Chief Chukwuma, his agents, servants, privies by whatever name called and howsoever described from interfering, impeding, obstructing or otherwise disturbing the plaintiffs (Dr Ubah and FC Ifeanyi Ubah) in their exclusive use of the Club’s football stadium pending the hearing and determination of the suit.
Specifically, the plaintiffs had through their Counsel Babalola Akinwunmi, gone to the Court asking the court for an order restraining the defendant Chief Chukwuma from interfering with or impeding with their rights to operate as a football club and to participate in the Nigerian football league or other relevant football activities within or outside Nigeria pending the hearing and determination of the suit.
They also sought for an interlocutory order restraining the defendant, his agents, servants, privies and whatsoever from interfering, impeding, obstructing or otherwise disturbing the plaintiffs in the exclusive use of the club’s stadium pending the hearing and determination of the suit.
The court presided over by Justice Valentine Ashi after listening to Akinwunmi on Friday, granted all the reliefs sought and fixed definite hearing on the matter for March 1st, 2015.

Omolara Adegoke- Abuja

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