There was a mild drama on Wednesday at the Gudu residence of the member representing, Ehime Mbano/Ihitte Uboma/Obowo Federal Constituency of Imo State, Rep. Emeka Nwajiuba, as he refused to step out of his home in an attempt to evade service of court processes.
Trouble started when a bailiff from the Court of Appeal, Mr. Usman Mohammed arrived Nwajiuba’s residence to serve him with some court processes.
Newsflash247 gathered that the court bailiff arrived the Imo lawmaker’s home early in the morning house just and he was informed that member was still at home.
However, thing changed when the Mohammed’s mission was made known and all efforts to get the lawmaker to come out to receive the court processes was rebuffed, but the resilient bailiff insisted that he would not leave until he effects service.
This led to the bailiff waiting for over 7 hours until a group of unruly young men emerged to threaten and harass him.
One of the less aggressive youths, who appeared at the member’s house told the bailiff proceed to Nwajiuba’s office address at TETFUND Abuja headquarters to effect the service there.
The lawmaker who defected from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) to Accord Party to run for the House of Representatives was appointed chairman of TETFUND by President Muhammadu Buhari in 2017.