Enugu court slams injunction on Onuokaibe as monarch.

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The lingering tussle over who occupies the vacant traditional stool in Mburubu Kingdom, in Nkanu East Local Government Area of Enugu State has taken a new dimension.
This is as a High Court sitting in the state has ordered Chief Jerry Patrick Onuokaibe to stop parading himself as the Igwe-elect of the community.
The order was sequel to a motion ex parte brought before Justice J.I.C Okibe by six plaintiffs through their lawyer, Barr Ike Ozor.
Justice Okibe ordered other defendants/respondents- Arch Chijioke Nwachukwu and Obinna Okonkwo, representing Mburubu General Assembly, their agents or any other person to stop claiming or parading Onuokaibe as the Igwe-elect of Mburubu Town pending the determination of the ex parte motion.

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