Stella Dimoko Court Bars Davido's Lawyer's Father Ajudua In Failed Land Grabbing Deal


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Friday, November 17, 2023

Court Bars Davido's Lawyer's Father Ajudua In Failed Land Grabbing Deal

Court injunctions restraining one Chief Fred Chijindu Ajudua and others from entering a portion of land situated at and known as Umusaigba Farm Land by Enugu Atakpo Ibusa, behind Asaba airport, went South as video evidence shows staff and agents of PWAN PLUS allegedly flouting the court order and continued trespassing into the land.

In one of these videos, the agents were seen removing copies of enrolled order of injunction on the land and advertising same for sale to members of the public.
The PWAN PLUS continues to advertise and sell Heartland 8 by Cedarwood, a subject matter of litigation to unsuspecting members of the public.

Reports available revealed that staff of Property World Africa Network (PWAN Plus), a real estate development firm and Heartland by Cedarwood operated by PWAN Plus have reportedly continued their trespass following the instruction of Chief Fred Ajudua which violates the court order.

Arising from the unlawful entrance, some staff of PWAN Plus have been reportedly arrested for violating the restraining injunctions of the court.

In the suit filed by Hush Homes as claimant, Chief Fred Ajudua, Delta state commissioner for lands, surveys and urban development and other persons are listed as defendants in suit number SUIT NO.A/247/2023 filed at the High Court of Justice in the Asaba judicial division.

In the restraining order dated 31/10/2023, the court restrained the defendants or their agents from entering the land situated in Oshimili North local government area measuring 46,327.810 square metres with survey plan number as 3285/DT/1594/2022 and bounded by beacons.

The court order restraints the defendants from planting beacons, crops, trees, plotting, surveying, leasing, letting, mortgaging or alienating in any manner or doing anything in the said land pending the hearing and determination of the motion on notice for interlocutory injunctions.

Following the hearing, the court, presided over by Justice G.B. Briki-Okolosi, felt satisfied that the claimant has shown that he has legal right to the land and ought to be protected so as to allow the service of the motion on notice filed along with the substantive suit.
The court also ordered interim injunction restraining the defendants in terms on the relief claimed on the order pending the determination of the motion on notice.


  1. Wahala where is safe to buy land now

  2. Court orders does not have respect again in Nigeria.

  3. Ajudua and scam are like 5 and 6.


  4. Replies
    1. My sister ehnn. The matter tire me

  5. Na so so land grabbing and trespassing them dey do for asaba

  6. Hmmmmmm
    The most complex B

  7. This man again! Doesn't he ever get tired?
    One of the godfathers Nigeria.
    Was he the one that sold a non-existent airport to one Oyibo man?

  8. Gen Z will not know him, this is the babanla of 419 in this days. Yahoo boys dey learn where him dey.

  9. He needs to maintain his sons lifestyle abi wetin?. Greed is really one of the deadliest vices for a human to possess .
    Afo eju eju. Ojoka

    1. One has to be careful when buying landed property before you go buy wahala

  10. A leopard never changes it's spots.

  11. May God safe us from people like this, he want to steal someone else sweat just like that. Do we even have government bcos this man supposed to be in jail.


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