Ned Nwoko Files N2 Billion Lawsuit Against Journalist Who Labeled Him A Cultist For Marrying Virgins

Ned Nwoko Files N2 Billion Lawsuit Against Journalist Who Labeled Him A Cultist For Marrying Virgins

Nigerian lawyer, politician and humanitarian, Prince Ned Nwoko has filled an N2 Billion lawsuit against a journalist for making false publications about him.

READ ALSO: Watch Video Of Wizkid’s Birthday Party In London

A writ of summoning dated 13th July has been served to Azuka Jebose Molokwu by Prince Ned Nwoko’s counsel Ikhide Ehighelua and Co from the Effurun High Court in Delta State, entreats her to make an appearance before the court to defend the lawsuit filed against her.

READ ALSO: “You Can Only Break Up With Me When You Are Dead” – Ike tells Mercy (Video)

The journalist has been slapped with the lawsuit following her latest publication which is described as defamatory and does not speak well of the billionaire’s reputation. The writ described it as “calculated to reduce the estimation of the claimant” as she claimed Ned Nwoko marries virgins to complete his occultic tasks.

READ ALSO: Why Wizkid’s Second Baby Mama, Binta Diallo Snubbed Him On His 30th Birthday

Prince Ned Nwoko took legal action against the journalist after she went on social media to claim she is not perturbed with the warning given her about her constant slanderous publication about the businessman.

To sum it all, the journalist has been directed by the court to render a “public apology to be published by the defendants in at least two national daily newspapers circulating in Nigeria and social media platforms” whilst a ban has been placed on her not to make any publication about the billionaire.

XL subscribe to our newsletter banner

Get the latest news and advice on COVID-19, direct from the experts in your inbox. Join hundreds of thousands who trust experts by subscribing to our newsletter.

Send your news and stories to us or and WhatsApp: +447747873668.

Before you go...

Democratic norms are being stress-tested all over the world, and the past few years have thrown up all kinds of questions we didn't know needed clarifying – how long is too long for a parliamentary prorogation? How far should politicians be allowed to intervene in court cases? To monitor these issues as closely as we have in the past we need your support, so please consider donating to The Climax News Room.