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Although Teshome’s family appealed for the release of assets and bank accounts under injunction until the liquidation report is completed, the Court did not give any ruling on their behalf.
But it has ordered the resubmission of the report during a session held on January 10, 2018, on the grounds that the second report did not include claims of the two former aides who have appealed for a settlement of payments. The Court also rejected the report for having irrelevant details.
Lidet’s case is pending until the conclusion of the liquidation.
During a session held two weeks ago and attended by Lidet while the remaining parties were represented by their lawyers, the Presiding Judge, Meka Nesiru, said the liquidation report would be used as an input to pass a ruling and not to be final on its own merit. There was a procedure, nonetheless, reports produced by court-appointed liquidators used as a certificate to complete execution.
To receive the third liquidation report, the Judge has adjourned the case to February 12, 2018.
Whatever the outcome of this judgement, it will unlikely to be the conclusion of the affair. Wessen has lodged a complaint with the General Prosecutor’s Office claiming that Lidet has committed a breach of conduct in taking away clients from her father’s law firm following his sudden death and before his funeral. Her complaints dropped, she has taken the case to the Federal High Court where judges have adjourned the case to January 26, 2018, to rule if it is admissible.