Landlord drags APC to court over unpaid rent

Landlord drags APC to court over unpaid rent


A landlord, Victor Kanaychukwu Ani, has sued Udi Local Government Chapter of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) to court over two years rent arrears owed him by the party.

Ani, who filed the case with suit No. MUD\85\2019 at the Magistrate court (2) Udi, presided over by Ngozi Oruraa, through his lawyer, Emeka Okologbu-Njoku, claimed that the party was owing to him two years arrears of rent.

He said the debt was incurred by the party for a one office space apartment for the purposes of running its Udi local government area secretariat situated at old Nsukka road, 9th mile Corner, Ngwo area of the State.

Ani stated that he had earlier handed down a quit notice to the APC, but it refused to obey the quit notice, The Guardian Newspaper said.

The landlord said there was no option than to approach the court with a view to taking possession of his property.

Udi Council Chairman of APC, Anyadibe, declined comments on the matter.

Also, efforts to speak with the Enugu West senatorial district zonal Vice-chairman of the party, Engineer Ik Omenkeuku proved abortive.

No date has been fixed for the case.

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