The Court of Appeal, Abuja, had made a dramatic u-turn on its earlier position on the appeal filed by the embattled National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiomhole, challenging his suspension by a lower court.
The appellate court has now decided to hear the appeal later on Monday.
The court had earlier on Monday, said it would hear the two separate appeals marked CA/A/187/2020 and CA/A/188/2020 at a date that would be communicated to all the parties.
A three-man panel of the Appeal Court led by Justice Stephen Adah had after they concluded hearing on other appeals on the cause list, told Oshiomhole’s legal team that another panel would return to hear his case.
However, about five minutes after the Justice Adah’s panel retired to their chambers, a clerk of the appellate court came back and informed all the parties that they would be notified of the new date later.
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