Court extends halt on demolition of Tonto Dikeh’s ex Kpokpogri’s property

Tonto Dikeh and ex-lover Prince Kpokpogri

A Federal Capital Territory High Court has extended a restraining order issued against the FCT Minister, the Federal Capital Territory Administration, and the Federal Capital Development Authority, stopping them from demolishing the house belonging to actress Tonto Dikeh’s ex-lover Prince Kpokpogri.

The order was pronounced by Justice Charles Agbaza on Friday. reported in a video that circulated on the internet on Saturday, May 14, that Kpokpogri accused the Federal Capital Development Authority (FCDA) of demolition without prior notice.

According to Kpokpogri, who stated that he does not know who is behind the demolition, said the FCDA stormed his building early in the morning without notice and began to destroy his gate and fence.

Justice Agbaza first made the restraining order on July 7, upon an ex-parte application moved on behalf of Kpokpogri by his lawyer, Chief Mike Ozekhome SAN.

After listening to Ozekhome, the presiding judge issued an order of interim injunction restraining the defendants either by themselves, agents, officials, privies, all those purporting to have derived title from them or other persons howsoever called from trespassing on or further trespassing on, demolishing, or further demolishing the property known as Plots 203 and 204, 27 Road, Gusape District, Apo Estate, Abuja.

The court also adjourned the hearing of the matter to September 12.