Court Restrains Lulu Briggs From Parading As Abonnema Monarch

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A Port Harcourt High Court presided over by Hon Justice C. Nwogu has granted an order of interlocutory injunction restraining High Chief O.B. Lulu Briggs and seven others from further interfering or usurping the function of the Amanyanabo of Abonnema.
High Chief O.B. Lulu Briggs and seven others were defendants in the Matter with Suit No. PHC/3674/2017.
The seven others are Alabo T.O. Graham-Douglas, Chief Enoch F. Granville, Chief A.B.A. Ajumogobia.
The rest are, Chief Berembo E.K. Pedro and Dr M.T. Membere.
The court also granted an interlocutory injunction restraining the defendants by themselves or their servants agents and privies from continuing to publicise, circulate or disseminmate the purported “Notice of Suspension” issued by the second to eight defendants or in any manner howsoever purporting to put into effect the purported suspension of the first claimant as the chairman of the Abonnema Council of Chiefs.
The court also restrained High Chief O.B. Lulu Briggs from parading himself as the Regent/Chairman of the Abonnema Council of Chiefs.
It further restrained him from parading, holding himself out, representing himself as or allowing himself to be held out, parading, represented or addressed as “Ekine Alabo” or head or leader of the Ekine Sekiapu Society of Abonnema.
Others include, an order of interlocutory injunction restraining the 9th, 10th and 11th defendants from representing or purporting to represent the Ekine Sekiapu Society of Abonnema pending the determination of this suit.