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See charge sheet indicting Obinna Uzoh of forgery [document]

The Federal Government has arraigned Dr. Obinna Uzor and his lawyer, Eziafa Enwedo on Thursday for allegedly forging official documents to unseat Senator Ifeanyi Ubah representing Anambra South Senatorial District at the National Assembly.

Among the documents signed are:

  1. Originating Summons
  2. Court processes to obtain
  3. Judgement from a Federal Capital Territory High Court.

The forged judgment has since been set aside by the Supreme Court of Nigeria

Meanwhile, the Defendants, pleaded not guilty to the charges that was read to them before Justice Okon Abang.

The charges slammed on the Defendants reads in part:

“That you Eziafa Samuel Enwedo on or about September, 2019 at the Federal Capital Territory within the jurisdiction of this court did conspire with Anani Anacletus Chuka, Aron Ifunanya, Faith Samuel and Obinna Uzor all of who are at large to commit a felony to with forging originating summons number CV/3044/18 Anani Anacletus Chuka Versus Ubah Ifeanyi Patrick and Others and thereby committed an offence contrary to Section 3(b) of the miscellaneous offences Act Cap M17 Law’s Of the Federation Of Nigeria 2004 and punishable under Section 1(2) of the same Act.”

Also;

“That you Eziafa Samuel Enwedo (M) and the following other persons now at large that is Anani Anacletus Chuka(M),Aron Ifunanya (F), Faith Samuel (F) and Obinna Uzor (M) sometime in ,2019 at the Federal Capital Territory Abuja; made a press release to ElombahNews with attached court documents that Senator (Dr) Ubah Ifeanyi Patrick, the distinguished Senator representing Anambra South Senatorial District at the 9th Senate of the National Assembly Of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria has by that Judgment been removed from the Senate on the grounds of having Forged his NECO Certificate and that his party, Young People’s Party (YPP) did not conduct primaries, a message or news that is grossly offensive or indecent, obscene or menacing, and you caused annoyance, inconvenience or needless anxiety to the said Senator (Dr) Ubah Ifeanyi Patrick, even though you knew the information to be false, and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 15(1)(a),(b) Cyber Crime Act 2015”.

See the attached documents below:

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