A legal practitioner cum Human Rights Activist, Omemiroro Ogedegbe, Esq, has dragged the Delta State Governor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa to court over the purported appointment of Cdr Azubuike Idah (Rtd) as Director General, Delta State Traffic Management Authority (DESTMA).
Also joined in the originating summons, as 2nd, 3rd and 4th Respondents, are Delta State House of Assembly, Delta State Traffic Management Agency (DESTMA) and Cdr Azubuike Idah (Rtd), respectively.
In the said affidavit to support his originating summons with Suit No. UHC/171/019 before the Ughelli High Court Judicial Division, Mr. Ogedegbe is seeking a declaration that the purported appointment of Azubuike Idah as DESTMA Director General by Governor Okowa without confirmation of the Delta State House of Assembly is “a breach of the provisions of Section 12(1) of the DESTMA Law, 2013 CII4 2013 No. 00 which states that “there shall be a Director General of the Authority (DESTMA)
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