We are yet to see the Certified True Copy of the Order but if the below order sought was granted by the Honourable Court, then the Counsel of Legal Education is indeed in contempt of court.
Motion Ex-parte dated and filed the 9th day of August, 2017.
AN ORDER of the honourable court granting leave to hear and/or entertain the present suit during the vacation of Federal High Court, 2017.
AN ORDER permitting the grant of LEAVE by this honourable court to operate as stay of all actions of the 1stRespondent against the applicant by suspending the continued operation of the directive of the 1stRespondent and the applicant’s physical expulsion from the 1stRespondent’s School of Law, Abuja Campus, and permitting the applicant to write his final examination, pending the hearing of the motion on notice in this suit.
AN ORDER permitting the applicant to write the Final Bar Examination at the Nigeria Law school, Abuja Campus, as a legally admitted Law School student pending the hearing of the motion on notice in this suit.
AN ORDER of interim injunction restraining the respondent from carrying out its decision and physical expulsion from the 1stRespondent’s law School, Abuja Campus.
And such further other orders as this honourable court may deem fit to make in the circumstances.
Upon reading the affidavit in support of the motion deposed to by the applicant and after hearing Amaka Ekezie, for the applicant move in term of the motion paper, the court ordered a grant of leave to hear and/or entertain the present suit during the vacation of Federal High Court, 2017 as well and an order permitting the applicant to write his final Bar examination at the Nigerian Law School, Abuja Campus as a legally admitted Law School Student pending the hearing of the originating motion on notice in the suit. The court further adjourned the matter to the 18th day of August, 2017 for hearing.
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