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Zamfara Election: Supreme Court Reserves Judgement On APC’s Application

 

Supreme Courtroom has reserved judgment in listening to of the All Progressives Congress (APC) utility in search of the overview of its judgement on the Zamfara election.

The Chief Justice of Nigeria, Tanko Mohammed who led a five-man panel introduced that the judgment date can be communicated to all of the events.

The Supreme Courtroom had on July 22, 2019, struck out the APC’s utility asking the Apex Courtroom to overview its judgement on the governorship election.

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In a unanimous ruling by a five-man panel of justices led by Justice Bode Rhodes-Vivour, the apex courtroom mentioned the applying was incompetent and lacked advantage.

The panel added that the applying shouldn’t have been introduced earlier than it within the first place.

Reacting to the ruling, the lead counsel to the appellant, Robert Clarke, mentioned the choice of the courtroom was based mostly on technicalities, stressing that the deserves of his utility weren’t regarded into.

He added that he would tighten the unfastened ends that the judgement identified and submit his utility once more.

 

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