BREAKING: Reps Minority Leader, Ogor Dragged To Court Over Forgery


***May Be Disqualified

Barely eight days to the national Assembly election, the minority leader and member representing Isoko federal constituency in the house of Representatives, Mr. Leo Ogor, is currently in trouble and may be disqualified from participate in the election over alleged forgery of some certificates submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission, (INEC).

Ogor, who is seeking a reelection for the fifth time under the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), despite his severe health challenge, has been dragged to the Federal High Court sitting in Abuja over the alleged forgery.

In the Originating Summons, obtained by our political editor in Abuja, the Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), the Independent National Electoral Commission, (INEC) and Mr. Leo Ogor are the defendants while Mr. Peter Enaruke, is the plaintiff in the case of forgery against the federal lawmaker with suit NO:FHC/ABJ/CS/10/2019.

The plaintiff, Peter Enaruke, is seeking among other reliefs, a declaration that the information contained in the Affidavit Form C.F. 001 deposed to by the 3rd Defendant and presented to the (INEC) 2nd Defendant on the 16th October 2018 for the purpose of the 2019 National Assembly Election in Isoko federal constituency was false and therefore be disqualified from the race.




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