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TROUBLE LOOMS FOR GABROS AS POLICE RESCUES AN UGLY SITUATION BETWEEN HIM AND THE PEOPLE OF NZA OZUBULU OVER ILLEGAL SALE OF THEIR LAND TO FC IFEANYI UBAH

by on December 24, 2015
 
In a petition written to the Nigerian Police by the people of Nza Ozubulu in Ekwusigo LGA over the illegal sale of their land currently a subject of litigation before the Supreme court, the youths of Nza Ozubulu vowed to tell the world how Chief Gabriel Chukwuma has been intimidating them for over 16 years, keeping them in Nnewi High Court in a suit brought against him by the people of Nza Ozubulu.
They have also vowed to tell the world how Chief Chukwuma has been boasting of buying over the judiciary. Little wonder their case against Gabros in Nnewi High Court has remained inconclusive and undecided for over 16 years while they have gotten judgment in their favour at the appeal court on a suit filed at the same time
However, there was an unpleasant turn of events yesterday morning in Nnewi. Reports reaching Breaking Times reveal that Chief Gabriel Chukwuma was arrested and interrogated after he flouted a court order restraining him, his agents, servants, privies by whatever name called and howsoever described from interfering, impeding, obstructing the new FC Ifeanyi Ubah stadium which is situated on the said land in dispute. We gather that he was later released with a stern warning by the Police against flouting court orders. We were able to obtain exclusive pictures of Chief Gabriel Chukwuma at the site of the FC Ifeanyi Ubah’s new stadium.
See pictures after the cut which captures Chief Chukwuma’s encounter with the Nigerian Police.
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Omolara Adegoke- Abuja

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