- The minutes of the meeting held with "selected members" of the "Ihogbe royal family" presided over by Chief Isekhure and recorded by Samson Uso (27/02/2000);The one hour thirty minutes (1hr:30min) meeting of 27/02/2000 with the ''selected members'' of the Ihogbe royal family and the decisions taken was a sham legal proceeding where the outcome was decided more or less in advance, regardless of defence witnesses and the appearance of genuine proceedings and without my knowledge (A kangaroo court).
First of all There are no actionable ways to disown or repudiate someone, disowning is not a legal term, as an adult it is left for either part whether to have contact with each other which is legal. Any custom which support such practice clearly runs against the express provisions of the law as being repugnant to public policy Section 14(1) of Child’s Right Act
Secondly the word ''selected'' (to choose in preference to another) is discriminating and the meeting ‘is Repugnant to Natural Justice Equity and Good Conscience’... Such a court is usually unauthorized and does not observe the usual protocol of a court of law..."Selective Justice is injustice" It is even observed that some of the “selected members” are not of Ihogbe lineage
Finally the decisions regardless of defence witnesses taken by the selected IHOGBE family members offends the provision of Section 42(2) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Going through the testator's will you would notice a different date (22/02/2000) of this meeting, which shows the defendant's exhibit on the meeting should not be of any probative value and suspecting the testator not of sound disposing mind and memory in making a sensitive document as a will.