(2018) JELR 38775 (CA)    

Court of Appeal  ·  CA/A/447/2017 ·  20 Mar 2018 ·  Nigeria
ABDU ABOKI Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria EMMANUEL AKOMAYE AGIM Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria TANI YUSUF HASSAN Justice of The Court of Appeal of Nigeria
Core Terms Beta
exhibit q
lower court
interest of justice
trial court
sim cards
open court
facts of this case
written address
1st plaintiff witness
final address
order of court
appellant counsel
chief executive officer
contents of exhibit q
good faith
learned trial judge
proceedings of 13th june
reply brief of argument
8th june
appellants counsel chambers
arbitrary preserve of the defendant
briefs of argument
close of the defendant
cross examination
emmanuel akomaye agim
exhibits a-p.
expense of the plaintiff
judicial exercise of discretion
leading judgment
paragraph affidavit
paragraph counter affidavit
plaintiffs witness
recall of pw1
record appeal
respondents counsel
ruling of the high court of the federal capital territory
said exhibits q
said motion
state of affidavit evidence
tani yusuf hassan
total misapprehension of the position of law

ABDU ABOKI, J.C.A. (Delivering the Leading Judgment): This is an Appeal against the ruling of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, sitting at Jabi, (herein after referred to as the Lower Court) delivered on 8th June, 2017 by Y. Halilu J.

The Appellant was the Plaintiff/Applicant at the trial Court, while the Respondent was the Defendant/Respondent.

By an amended writ summons filed on the 25th January, 2016, the Appellant as Plaintiff commenced this suit at the Trial Court, and claimed against the Respondent as Defendant, the reliefs as can be found at pages 7 to 8 of the record appeal are as follow:

"i. A declaration that the Plaintiff is entitled to such information from the Defendant as is necessary to enable him to compute his 3% ORSC.

ii. A declaration that computing the 3% ORSC accrual to the Plaintiff is not an exclusive and arbitrary preserve of the Defendant, pursuant to the terms and spirit of the offer of Appointment;

iii An order of Court compelling the Defend…

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