Also joined as defendants are Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aminu Tambuwal; Clerk of the National Assembly,
At the mention of the case, Mr Mahmud Magaji (SAN) announced appearance for Malabu, but another lawyer, Dr Reuben Atabo, also announced appearance.
Mahmoud, therefore, made an oral application for the adjournment of the matter to enable both counsel laying claim to the legal representation of the plaintiff to sort themselves out.
“We are seeking the indulgence of the court for an adjournment to enable us sort out issues relating to appearance for the plaintiff,’’ he said.
Atabo and the defendant’s counsel did not object to Mahmoud’s application for adjournment.
Justice Ahmed Mohammed, therefore, adjourned the case until July 8, for hearing.
Mohammed ordered that hearing notice be served on the Attorney-General of the Federation to enable him enter appearance.
The company also asked the court to compel the defendants to pay her N2 billion as aggravated and exemplary damages for the unlawful interference. (NAN)