Princess Ajudua & Rented Warehouse

Ajudua Settles Out-of-Court, Pays Rent Arrears

Princess Pat Ajudua has paid off the Two Hundred and Forty Thousand Naira (N240,000) rent Arrears on her Christ Restoration Chapel at 42 Oligbo Quarters, Akwukwu Igbo in Oshimili North Local Governmet Area of Delta State to settle out-of-court in a lawsuit filed by her Landlord, Nkem Emmanuel Emetanjo on 5 October 2018.

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On 20 December 2018, XCLUSIVE MAGAZINE broke the news that the Chief Whip of Delta State House of Assembly was Sued Over Unpaid Rent. We further revealed that when the case was heard in court on 20 November 2018, Ajudua’s lawyer, Mr Abel Asiaodu, had told the court that he intended to explore the option of out-of-court settlement. And the case was adjourned to 22 January 2019.

Ajudua Settles Out-of-Court, Pays Rent Arrears

THe Building that houses Pat Ajudua’s Christ Restoration Chapel on the ground floor warehouse

XCLUSIVE MAGAZINE can authoritatively revealed that on 22 January 2019, Mrs Ajudua issued a cheque of N240,000 to Mr Emetanjo. The Zenith Bank cheque No.: 00000690 was dated 22/1/19. We gathered that Ajudua’s plan was to settle before the court proceedings on 22 January 2019. On that day, Barrister Asiaodu had contacted Mr Emetanjo by phone and pleaded that Mrs Ajudua had offered to settle out-of-court, and that he was on his way to the court to give him a cheque for N240,000. But before the lawyer got to the court in Akwukwu-Igbo from Asaba, the President of the court had adjourned the case to 5 February 2019.

The cheque, which was drawn on Ajudua’s personal Zenith Bank account domiciliary at No 275, Nnebisi Road Asaba, Delta State has since been cashed. Both parties have now agreed that Mr Emetanjo will withdraw the case against Mrs Ajudua in court on the next adjourned date.

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