Chief Victor Oye, national Chairman, All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), has stated that he has been wickedly soiled by the order of the Enugu high court and had gone to court to remedy his reputation.
Oye said that the reason why he came to the courtroom was to vacate the order hindering him from presiding over the party’s affairs.
An Enugu high courtroom had mandated the Independent National Electoral commission (INEC) and the Nigeria Police to recognize Chief Martin Agbaso as the party’s acting National Chairman.
Oye told newsmen on Friday in Awka that the order of Justice A.R. Ozoemena on May 22 was a miscarriage of justice due to the fact he was not a part of the matter.
He said that he became in court to clear his name and get the order vacated.
“For me, I had to go to the Court of Appeal because my name was inadvertently mentioned. “I had to go to the Court of Appeal as an aggrieved party to remedy my image; that I have been wickedly soiled by the order of the Enugu High Court.
“Those bound by the order of that court, those who were supposed to have been bound by the decision of that court were INEC and the Police.
“And these two Federal Government’s agencies are in the Court of Appeal to vacate that heinous and detestable order.
“This is because there is no part of the world where that type of order could stand,’’ he said.