An Abuja high court has been adjourned to October 4 to try a lawsuit filed before him by a firm, Femason Limited, against an army officer, Major General AB Ibrahim, for ownership of property.

The presiding judge, Judge AA Fashola, had dismissed the Army General’s preliminary objection in March 2022 and issued a preliminary injunction prohibiting him from proceeding with and/or participating in any form of construction, establishing construction or the performance of excavation or excavation work on Plaintiff’s land, located on or known as Lot No. CRD/CP16, at Lugbe 1, Layout, Lugbe, Abuja, pending the consideration and determination of the substantive lawsuit.

The Court also prevented the General of the Army from further interfering with the Plaintiff’s title and ownership rights over the said plot of land, the subject matter of the lawsuit and any structure belonging to the Plaintiff/Applicant on the land pending of the hearing and determination of the case. content pack.

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Gene. Ibrahim had subsequently approached the same court with a request to suspend the further proceedings of the case and to suspend the execution of the preliminary injunction pending the hearing of an appeal he had lodged with the Court of Appeal against the decision of a preliminary injunction.

He also requested an injunction to prohibit the plaintiff from further carrying out the injunction granted by the court

Judge Fashola, in his June 30, 2022 ruling, after reviewing the application, refused all prayers requested by the general and dismissed the application for lack of merit.

The judge therefore adjourned the trial in the substantive case until October 4, 2022.

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