The Court of Appeal Court has put off the hearing of an appeal made by the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiomhole over his suspension.
The Apex Court had, last week sent notices of hearing to parties in the appeal but when parties got to court on Monday the Justice Stephen Adah-led three-man panel of Justices sat to hear other cases.
When the panel rose later, it promised that another panel will be reconstituted to hear the APC National Chairman’s appeal.
Parties were, however, taken aback when a female official of the court announced to a packed courtroom that the court has elected to hear Oshiomole’s appeal on a later date to be communicated to parties later rather than having a new panel
The former Edo State Governor, who arrived early at the court, is currently meeting with his team of lawyers on what next steps to take.