A socio-political association, Nigerian Continuity Progressive (NCP), has hauled a previous VP of Nigeria and competitor of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 general political decision, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, to a FCT High Court holding in Abuja over a supposed N500,000,000 crusade obligation.
As per the Writ of Summons endorsed by Danmusa Williams, Registrar of the court in a suit number CU/2065/200, the previous VP close by the Director-General of his mission association, Dr Nat Yaduma, are to show up under the steady gaze of the court for coming up short or declining to pay NCP their commitment expense for around two years of the agreement arrangement.
The court additionally certified that should Atiku and Yaduma neglect to react to the bring at the specified time, the petitioners would be granted the amount of cash being referred to just as different harms the supposed obligation would have caused the inquirers.
On his part, advice to the petitioners, Morris O. Osakwe Esq. asked that the court ought to proclaim that the respondents had disregarded the agreement gone into with his customers when the litigants fizzled, won’t or fail to pay the petitioners their privileges.
Atiku’s group has wouldn’t respond to the court call.
At the point when reached, Atiku’s Special Adviser on Media, Paul Ibe, advised our correspondent to address the PDP, the stage whereupon the previous Vice President challenged for a response.
In any case, when reached via telephone, the PDP’s National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, alluded our journalist back to Ibe for a response, saying he should be the one to react.