Earlier this year, Leonard Ezenwa in the company of one Mazi Okwy had on May 13, 2019, announced the suspension of Omoyele Sowore; and eight others, including its Deputy National Chairman (South West), Ogunlana Rotimi Jacob, for a period of six months over alleged anti-party activities.
Following the report, Golden News Now gathered that, The Federal High Court, Abuja on Friday upheld a suit seeking to stop the suspended National Chairman, African Action Congress (AAC), Mr Omoyele Sowore, from parading himself as the party’s national chair.
The court, presided over by Justice Inyang Ekwo, gave the judgment on Friday in Abuja.
According to reports, the court also ordered Malcolm Fabiyi to stop parading himself as the AAC’s deputy national chairman.
The orders followed an application in a suit instituted on May 17 by Leonard Nzenwa the acting National Chairman of the party.
Mr Omoyele Sowore, who was also the party’s presidential candidate in the last general elections, vowed to appeal the ruling.