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BREAKING: Court Adjourns Lawsuit Of Boy Claiming To Be Governor Sanwo-Olu’s Son

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A high court sitting in Effurun near Warri, Delta State, has adjourned till January 17, 2023 a lawsuit filed by one Emmanuel Sanwo-Olu who is claiming to be the biological son of Governor Babajide Sanwu-Olu of Lagos State.

The plaintiff, in the suit had challenged Governor Sanwo-Olu to waive his constitutional immunity and undergo a DNA test to confirm his (Emmanuel) paternity.
BIGPEN NIGERIA (www.bigpenngr.com) gathered that the governor in a counter affidavit in response had filed processes refusing to waive his immunity and undergo a DNA test.
The claimant’s lawyer, John Aikpokpo-Martins who confirmed the lawsuit in a post made on his Facebook page accompanied by photograph of him and Emmanuel Sanwo-Olu, wrote; “With Emmanuel Sanwu-Olu at the Effurun High Court today. Emmanuel the acclaimed son of Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the Executive Governor of Lagos State had approached the Delta State High Court claiming that the Governor is his biological father and requested the Governor to waive his constitutional immunity and undergo a DNA test to confirm his (Emmanuel) paternity.
“Surprisingly and shockingly, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu in response filed processes refusing to waive his immunity and undergo a DNA test.
“The case was adjourned to 17th January, 2023 to hear the objection of the Governor”.
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