A federal high court in Abuja has issued a bench warrant against Turkish Airlines and two of its principal officers for their failure to appear before it in a criminal suit filed against them by the Federal Government of Nigeria on the breach of the Consumer Protection Council (CPC) Act.
A statement released by the council yesterday in Abuja said Justice B. O. Quadri of the Federal High Court 10 issued the warrant yesterday against the airline and its board chairman, Liker Ayci and commercial manager, Rasak Shobowale, for their failure to appear in court at the resumed hearing of the case.
The airline and the other two accused persons had on February 9, 2017 failed to appear in court for the case, prompting the presiding judge to issue a criminal summons for them to appear yesterday.
He ordered that they be brought before his court on April 17, 2017.
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