Jos Main Market: Hon Bagos moves to Obtain injunction stopping Plateau state Gov from signing MOU with Jaiz bank
Written by Joey Shekwonuzhibo on August 2, 2022
Member representing Jos South/Jos East Federal Constituency of Plateau State, Hon. Dachung Musa Bagos has secured a court injunction at the Plateau State High Court, restraining Plateau State Government from signing MOU with Jaiz Bank on the reconstruction of Jos Main Market.
The Injunction which was granted on Tuesday 2 August, 2022 by Hon. Justice S. P Gang restrains the Plateau State Government and Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Plateau State from signing any MOU with Jaiz Bank pending hearing of the substantive suit.
The court order which was obtained by Journalists in Jos reads, “Court order upon the consideration of motion exparte date 1 August, 2022 and filed 2 August, 2022 supported by 20 paragraph affidavit deposed by Hon. Dachung Musa Bagos as well as counsel written address praying the court for reliefs sought after hearing Tyang Jugu Esq For the applicant.
Justice Gang granted the court order as follows, ”An order of this Honourable court for interim injunction restraining the defendant/respondents by themselves, their agents representatives or privies from entering into any Public Private Partnership or any agreement whatsoever regarding the Jos Main Market pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice for interlocutory injunction.”