The Full Court on Tuesday dismissed an injunction against Manzoor Nadir and Ishmail Mohammed that had prevented them from performing duties as leader and chairman respectively of The United Force (TUF).
Nadir told the media that the effect of the unanimous decision by Justices Winston Patterson and William Ramlall is that he is now back as TUF leader.
Valerie Garrido-Lowe, who had sought a High Court injunction to preserve herself as leader and presidential candidate of TUF, could not be immediately contacted.
The Full Court on Tuesday ruled in favour of Nadir and Mohammed on grounds that High Court, James Bovell-Drakes had erred in granting the injunction in favour of Garrido-Lowe on September 23. Nadir said that the decision by TUF’s executive to expel her as member, leader and presidential candidate still stands.
Since the High Court’s decision, Nadir said “we have visited” the party headquarters located at New Garden and Robb Streets, Georgetown.
The Full Court also awarded costs of GUY$50,000