The office of the Attonery General of Ondo State, has directed that the suit filed against Olupelumi Fagboyegun pending at the Chief Magistrate Court, Owo should be discontinued .
This is line with power conferred upon the office of the AG by section 211 of the constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria 1999.
This was contained in a areport of the investigation carried out by the state former commissioner of Justice, Sir Charles Titiloye.
The former AG also directed contending parties in this case to seek resolution of their dispute in court through a civil action or other means of alternative dispute resolution.
Titiloye also invited the state judicial service commission to investigate issues relating to the delay in the hearing of the case before the magistrate court.
The office of the AG also referred the matter to the Ondo state House of assembly for investigation.
On monday ,15th February 2021, a video went viral where one Pelumi Fagboyegun alleged that Ondo state Judiciary and Courts were being used by the Chief Judge,Oluwatoyin Akeredolu to prosecute him unjustly.
He also alleged that he is being kept in custody for the past 3 years on trumped up criminal allegation of unlawful entry into his father’s house.
Pelumi who claimed that he is also a biological son of the late industrialist in Ondo state,Olajide Fagboyegun who died in 2008 begged Nigerians to come his rescue.
In the two minutes video, he said that he had been arraigned in court five times with different Judges handling the case against him.
The viral video has raised questions on the credibility of the country’s Judicial system.