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Judging Matters Episode Three: Let Honesty Be Your Watch Word ~Omonaijablog



 Judging Matters on Africa Magic Showcase channel 151 continues to prove itself as a must watch with its interesting and entertaining cases, and so much more to learn.

Tochukwu Anyansi (The Plaintiff) brought the first case to the judge and general counsel. He is a trader that deals in men’s wear, he was introduced to Ikenna Anna (The Accused) about 3 years ago and since then they have been in business. Tochukwu provides the jeans to Ikenna in bulk and usually gets paid within four to five months.
In August 2018, Tochukwu sold a total number of 150 jeans to Ikenna for the sum of N440,000, at N2,800 each but he does not receive his money as usual. It takes Ikenna about 1 year to pay a part sum on N340,000 and he promised to make the balance payment of N100,000 between December 2019 and January 2020.
 Ikenna takes a trip to his village for the Christmas holiday and upon his return reneged on his promise and decided to purchase more goods from China with the money he was supposed to pay Tochukwu. The case was taken to the police station and remained yet unsettled. Tochukwu is asking that Ikenna pays him what he is owed.
 Justice Olusola Williams (Rtd) and General Counsellor (Ebuka Obi Uchendu) deliberated on the case and it was decided that Ikenna Anna should pay the sum of N100,000 to Tochukwu Anyansi as soon as possible.
 The second case brought before the judge was very interesting. Mary Bundu (The Plaintiff) lives in a compound with 19 other tenants. In that compound Henry Apoede (The defendant) is the caretaker and part of his duties is to collect the monthly electricity bills and pay the total sum to PHCN.
 Mary Bundu pays the sum N3,500 every month to Henry without looking at the bills brought to her, her days were very busy and every day she would come home late and exhausted, so she paid the sum in good faith.
 One day, while discussing with a fellow tenant, Mr Uche, she found out she was been overcharged for electricity supply. Other tenants paid between N1,300 to N1,500 maybe even less and Mary lives in a one-room apartment while Mr Uche occupies a two-bedroom.
 Now, Henry’s defence is that Mary is still relatively new in the compound while other tenants have lived there for a longer period, hence the exorbitant amount she pays every month. That was his reason for making her pay more and sometimes the money was used to pay for transformer malfunction or extra charge for electricity. Mary is asking that the sum of N56,000 be paid to her for being wrongfully charged. This sum is N2,000 off the N3,500 within the last 28 months.
 After deliberations between Justice Olusola Williams (Rtd) and Ebuka Obi Uchendu (General Counselor) it was agreed that Henry should pay the sum of N56,000 to Mary Bundu as she had requested.
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