Ayuba Wabba, NLC President, said this in a statement made available to newsmen on Tuesday in Abuja.
The denial was contained in a statement by the media aide.
The judge, Alhaji Abubakar Sadiq, gave the order after Nwagwu of no fixed address was arraigned on a four count charge of joint act, criminal breach of trust and cheating.
The party member, Ibrahim Sorie Koroma, filed for the injunction on Thursday, saying there was evidence of electoral fraud that needed to be investigated before the poll could go ahead.
The police prosecutor, John Iberedem, told the court that the accused, who resides at 20, Adebajo Street, Ojuoro Road in Owutu Community in Ikorodu committed the offence on February 26 at 4.00 p.m.
Justice John Tsoho fixed the date on Wednesday after listening to final addresses by counsel.
Jibrin had in 2016, following his suspension from the house, filed a suit against the leadership of the house demanding one billion Naira as punitive and general damages.
Justice John Tsoho dismissed the suit on grounds that the plaintiffs, Michael Elokun, Ibrahim Sule and Hawa Audi had no business instituting the case.
COSON had taken the company to court to challenge a copyright infringement as guaranteed by the Copyright Act, Cap 28, Laws of the Federation, 2004.
Delivering judgment in suit number: SC/640/2014, between Chifoanu Okorie and the State, John Inyang Okoro, leading other four justices of the Supreme Court, dismissed Okorie’s appeal to have the decision of the Owerri Court of Appeal overturned. In aligning itself with the 17th July, 2014 decision of the Court of Appeal sitting in Owerri (which affirmed the earlier death sentence passed on Mrs. Okorie and seven others by an Owerri High Court), the nation’s apex court put the final judicial seal on the fate of the appellant by dismissing the appeal brought before it, describing it as devoid of any “scintilla of merit”.
The defendant allegedly forged the Memorandum of Loss of Lagos State Certificate of Occupancy in respect of a property located in Lagos, so it could be acted upon as genuine.
Evans is standing trial alongside Uche Amadi, Ogechi Uchechukwu, Okwuchukwu Nwachukwu, Chilaka Ifeanyi and Victor Aduba on a two-count charge of conspiracy and kidnapping.
The judge, Justice Nnamdi Dimgba, fixed the date after listening to arguments from counsel to the parties.
Metuh is standing trial for allegedly receiving N400 million from the office of the former National Security Adviser, retired Col. Sambo Dasuki.
The Chief Magistrate, O.A. Adegite, who gave the ruling, directed that the case file should be duplicated and a copy forwarded to the State Director of Public Prosecutions for advice.
The Copyright Society of Nigeria had taken the company to court to challenge an alleged copyright infringement as guaranteed by the Copyright Act, Cap 28, Laws of the Federation, 2004.
Some of the victims, who were in court when the judgment was read, couldn’t contain their joy.
Instead, he has petitioned against the judge trying the case.
The government had filed several suits seeking to recover about 12 billion dollars in missing crude oil revenue from some international oil companies.
It will be recalled that attempts by the prosecutor, Rotimi Jacobs (SAN), on Jan. 31 to enter into evidence, the statement alleging that the witness was pressured into changing his statement were resisted by Suswam’s counsel, Joseph Daudu (SAN).
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the videos were played during the testimony of Insp Idowu Haruna at the trial of Evans and his co-defendant,Victor Aduba on four-counts of kidnapping and unlawful possession of firearms.