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Why Hon Zulfa Rimven remains Executive Chairman Langtang North

 


The General Public should please be informed that the Executive Chairman of Langtang North Local Government still remains Hon Zulfa Bitrus Rimven. 


Reacting to some social media comments and reports from some blogs today that his office is been threatened, We the Zulfa Media team are saying that the Plateau State Independent Electoral Commission (PLASIEC) had initially filed a motion for injunction at the High Court when the judgement was served, 


On Friday (Today) been 12 November, 2021. PLASEIC withdrew the motion from the high court.


Since the case was withdrawn, the court under the leadership of Justice Kunda strucked  out  the motions on the ground that it has been withdrawn from high court.


The record of appeal has been transmitted to the appeal court and it was served on the chief sheriff and the Former Chairman of the council Laven Ubandoma


An appeal has been entered in the Jos appeal court and once the appeal has been entered, parties are meant to maintain status quo.


The high court judgement has not been executed, judgement are executed only by the chief  sheriff.


Hon Zulfa is calling on members of the public to disregard some comments on some blogs and social media as he remains the executive chairman of Langtang North council. 


He assured the people of the council that he would continue to provide dividends of democracy to the people of the council .


He appealed to the people of the state to support the APC led government at all times.


Sign by Hon Zulfa media team

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