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Court to hear Association International School injunction case on Jan. 17


HEARING OF an application for injunction filed by the Association International School and residents of Airport against the Turkish Developer and Ayawaso West Wuogon Municipal Assembly regarding the ongoing construction of a 22-storey building in Airport Residential Area has been deferred to January 17.

This was because the application filed in December last year has not been served on the defendant, Kass Plus Company Limited.

In court on Wednesday (today) when hearing on the injunction application was expected to be heard, the court indicated to the lawyers of the applicants in chambers that the application had not been served on the defendants.

The case has since been adjourned to January 17, 2020.


The Turkish contractor made the headlines when the Roads Minister stormed the site where the 22-storey structure was being put up, close to the Association International School in the Airport Residential Area, and ordered the arrest of the CEO of the construction company, a certain Abdulkadir Yadigar, who, according to the minister, had put up a barricade on the road which created a traffic logjam.

Meanwhile the Association International School has filed an application for contempt proceedings against the contractor for allegedly disobeying a court order to stop work until the determination of a case it had instituted against it.


The said application has also been scheduled to be heard on January 20, 2020.


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