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Imo Election: APC Protesters Say Supreme Courtroom Choice Is Ultimate

Professional APC Supporters in Abuja, calling on the Supreme Courtroom to not revert its judgement on Imo election.
Picture: Channels TV/Sodiq Adelakun

 

Some protesters aligned with the All Progressive Congress (APC) have stated that the choice of the Supreme Courtroom which sacked former governor of Imo State, Emeka Ihedioha, is closing.

The apex court docket will on Tuesday, hear an enchantment filed by Mr Ihedioha in search of a evaluation on the judgement issued in January 2020.

The professional-APC group in a protest march in Abuja on Monday known as on the apex Courtroom to not rescind its judgement.

The group which first occupied the Federal Secretariat in Abuja, marched to the Ministry of Justice, displaying placards with solidarity messages for the Federal Authorities and the Supreme Courtroom.

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Its co-convener, Nwosu Butches burdened that politicians can not blackmail the apex court docket justices to revert its judgement.

“Once you name on the Supreme Courtroom to revert its choices, you’re setting the movement for anarchy; the Supreme Courtroom is the apex court docket, its choice is closing.

“What we wish the politicians to do is to grasp that the Supreme Courtroom represents the soul of democracy. The judgement of Imo state was sound and straight ahead.”

The Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP) has requested the apex court docket to rescind its judgement, a requirement the protesters describe as an try to blackmail the judiciary.

“Seven justices of the Supreme Courtroom sat and took a call, no single dissenting judgement. For those who inform the Supreme Courtroom by blackmail to revert its judgement, it means you’re setting one other Supreme Courtroom above the current Supreme Courtroom.”

He requested “are you able to enchantment the judgement of the Supreme Courtroom? The reply is No.”

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