Adamu the National Chairman of the APC is in Trouble as Atiku’s Spokeperson takes legal action over a N120 million debt

Daniel Bwala, the press secretary for the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) 2023 presidential candidate, has launched a lawsuit against Adamu Abdullahi, the APC’s national chairman. According to the

Source: Daily Trust, Adamu was reportedly sued by Atiku’s spokesperson for an allegedly unpaid bill of N120 million.

The report said that the debt was money accrued from legal services rendered to the APC which the party leadership reportedly failed to pay. Filed before the Federal Capital Territory High Court, in a suit no: CV/2009/2023, Bwala’s law firm prayed the court to grant it an order compelling Adamu to pay the N120 million debt.

In its prayer, Bwala’s firm said: “the Claimant took steps to file all court processes, appeared in all the cases, both within and outside jurisdiction (Abuja, Osun State, Cross-river State, Kaduna State, Benue State and Ondo State) and prosecuted the cases numbering nine diligently to their logical conclusion.

“That the Claimant sent progress reports to the Defendants on every occasion any of the matters came up in court.”

The firm also claimed that a professional fee for the nine concluded cases is the sum of N135,000,000.00 (One Hundred and Thirty-Five Million Naira). It added:

“That the defendants have so far paid the sum of N15,000,000.00 (Fifteen Million Naira Only), leaving the sum of N120,000,000.00 (One Hundred and Twenty Million Naira Only) as outstanding.

” Speaking on the debt owed his firm by the APC national chairman, Bwala alleged that Adamu has since refused to pay since he joined the Atiku Abubakar’s team.

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