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PWAN PLUS Staff Arrested Amidst Land Ownership Dispute

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In defiance of court injunctions that prohibit Chief Fred Chijindu Ajudua and others from accessing a section of land known as Umusaigba Farm Land near Enugu Atakpo Ibusa, behind Asaba airport, video evidence reveals PWAN PLUS staff and agents openly disregarding the court directive and persistently encroaching on the land.

In a specific video, these agents were observed removing copies of the enrolled order of injunction on the land and promoting it for sale to the public.

PWAN PLUS continues to market and sell Heartland 8 by Cedarwood, a property currently under litigation, to unsuspecting members of the public.

Reports suggest that employees of Property World Africa Network (PWAN Plus), a real estate development firm, and Heartland by Cedarwood operated by PWAN Plus are persisting in their trespassing activities, following the instructions of Chief Fred Ajudua, in violation of the court order.

As a consequence of their unlawful entry, some PWAN Plus staff members have reportedly been apprehended for violating the court’s restraining injunctions. In a suit filed by Hush Homes, with Chief Fred Ajudua, the Delta state commissioner for lands, surveys, and urban development, and others listed as defendants in suit number SUIT NO.A/247/2023 filed at the High Court of Justice in the Asaba judicial division, the court order dated 31/10/2023 restrained the defendants or their agents from entering the land in Oshimili North local government area, measuring 46,327.810 square meters with survey plan number 3285/DT/1594/2022, and bounded by beacons.

The court order prohibits the defendants from planting beacons, crops, trees, plotting, surveying, leasing, letting, mortgaging, or alienating the land in any manner pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice for interlocutory injunctions.

After the hearing, Justice G.B. Briki-Okolosi, presiding over the court, was satisfied that the claimant demonstrated a legal right to the land and deserved protection, allowing the service of the motion on notice filed along with the substantive suit.

The court also issued an interim injunction restraining the defendants in terms of the relief claimed in the order pending the determination of the motion on notice.

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