The Federal High Court in Lagos on Friday allowed an application by Innoson Nigeria Limited and its Chief Executive Officer/Managing Director, Mr. Blameless Chukwuma, to pull back an ex-parte movement they recorded against the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC) and Guaranty Trust Bank Plc.
They had looked for injunctive reliefs against the commission, Attorney-General of the Federation, the Police, the Inspector-General of Police and Guaranty Trust Bank Plc.
Among others, Innoson charged that his capture and confinement by the EFCC was actuated by GTBank.
He has since been discharged from detainment.
At the point when the case, documented on Thursday, came up before Justice Rabiu Hadiza Shagari on Friday, GTBank's legal advisor Adebowale Kamoru, asked the court not to hear the ex-parte movement.
He said his customer knew in regards to Innoson's turn to get directive against them, including that the candidates smothered material realities.
Kamoru refered to a few legal experts, encouraging the court to hear his customer in spite of the fact that the ex-parte movement was not some time ago served on them.
Innoson's legal advisor Prof. MacCarty Mbaduagha said he was pulling back the application.
He said he was told by his customer to do.
Kamoru did not restrict the withdrawal, following which Justice Shagari allowed the application as supplicated.
The judge stated: "In perspective of the use of the candidates' advice, the application is therefore allowed."
Scarcely 24 hours after his capture, EFCC on Thursday discharged Chukwuma on safeguard.
The counter unite office said Chukwuma and his sibling, Charles Chukwuma, were being examined for asserted N1,478,366,859.66 extortion and phony.
The industrialist was additionally blamed for utilizing fashioned reports to secure assessment waivers.
An announcement by the Head of Media and Publicity of EFCC, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren, stated: "The EFCC has discharged the Nnewi, Anambra-State conceived industrialist, Chief Innocent Chukwuma, on safeguard."