The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has dissociated the First lady, Dame Patience Jonathan from Thursday judgment by an Abuja High Court in the suit between the FCTA and Women and Youth Empowerment Foundation (WAYEF), a group run by former First Lady, HajiaTuraiYar’Adua.
The suit is over a plot of land allocated to the African First Ladies Peace Mission (AFLPM), an outfit affiliated to the African Union (AU). The clarification came from FCT permanent secretary, Engr. John Chukwu at a press conference in Abuja, yesterday.
He said that neither Dame Jonathan nor the African First Ladies Peace Mission (AFLPM) was party to the suit instituted at the Abuja High Court by HajiaYar’Adua.
Chukwu, who represented the FCT minister, Bala Mohammed at the briefing, said the FCTA was undertaking a preliminary study of the judgment while awaiting the certified true copy (CTC) before further processes.
He explained that the FCTA moved to revoke the purported re-allocation as a legitimate action to rectify the anomaly by a past administration in re-allocating a plot meant for public institution to a private entity.