Aspirant Drags APGA Chair, Wife To Court Over N50m Car Fraud
By Eneh Victor Chigozie
Mr Humphrey Anumudu, the 2019 All Progressives Grand Alliance [APGA] governorship aspirant in Imo state has dragged the sacked national chairman of APGA, Ozo Victor Oye, his wife, Nkechi Oye and one Andrew Amechi to the court.
Mr Anumudu took Oye and his wife to the Lagos state high court, asking the court to compel them to either return his jeep worth 50 million naira or refund the cost of the jeep.
Oye was alleged to have claimed that the 50 million naira jeep was a birthday gift given to him by Mr Humphrey Anumudu.
The sacked national chairman of APGA allegedly collected the jeep during APGA primaries as part of the deal to handover the party ticket to Mr Humphrey Anumudu but the agreement went sour when eventually senator Ifeanyi Ararume was handed over the Imo gubernatorial ticket without valid primaries.
Mr Anumudu who is the CEO of First Motors Limited has made real his threat by approaching a competent court of jurisdiction to recover his car.
The sacked national chairman of APGA has become a huge disgrace to the party having been enmeshed in many bribery allegations during the party primaries.
Oye was sacked last week by a Delta state high court, Kwale division.
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