A former publicity secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Olisa Meuh, arrived the court in an ambulance today.
Metuh was brought into the courtroom on a stretcher – The doctors had said he was in a critical condition and had left the hospital premises at his own peril.
A former publicity secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Olisa Meuh, on Monday, February 5, arrived the Federal High Court in an ambulance.
Metuh who has been receiving treatment at the National Hospital in Abuja, arrived the court in the hospital’s ambulance. Although Metuh was brought in by the hospital’s ambulance, NAIJ.com gathered that the former PDP’s spokesperson left the hospital on his own will.
He was also taken into the courtroom on a stretcher. Sources within the hospital said the former spokesperson left the premises at his own peril.
The sources said Metuh also signed an undertaken with the hospital after he insisted on attending the court proceedings today, February 5.
The source said: “He was warned not to leave the hospital but he insisted he must be present at the court today so the doctors insisted he signs an undertaken with the hospital.”
NAIJ.com earlier reported that Metuh’s doctor had said he was in critical condition. The chief medical director of Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital, Nnewi, Anthony Igwegbe, said Metuh is gradually losing feeling in the lower region of his body.
The doctor said Metuh needed an urgent surgery on his spinal cord. Recall that Justice Okon Abang of the Federal High Court had insisted that Metuh must be in court today despite report from hospital.
Following Abang’s order, Metuh was moved from the intensive care unit of UNT. he arrived the National hospital on Sunday, February 4, night from where he was now moved to court in national hospital ambulance.