Counsel for the leadership of the society, Ibrahim Idris, told journalists shortly after the sitting that the veracity of the judgment delivered by Justice Charles Agbaza would be tested at the Court of Appeal.
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Nsofor, a retired justice of the Court of Appeal, died in the US on December 10 after a brief illness.
The former governor, who said it was obvious during the trial that Justice Okon Abang was on a mission to convict Metuh at all cost, praised the appellate court for once again saving another Nigerian from the judge’s judicial shenanigan.
Nsofor, a retired Justice of the Court of Appeal, died in the U.S. on Dec. 10 after a brief illness.
She made the remark while delivering her speech at the closing ceremony of the First Working/Retreat and Annual Conference of the Justices of the Court of Appeal held in Lagos.
The President of the Court of Appeal, Justice Monica Dongban-Mensem, gave the figures on Monday at the opening of the court’s first Working Retreat and Annual Conference of Justices of the Court of Appeal.
Justice Uchechukwu Onyemenam read the judgement unanimously delivered by a three-man jury on Friday, barely 24 hours to the election
The lawmakers, who emerged victorious at the Court of Appeal in a suit contesting their suspension, are members of the All Progressives Congress, but backing the Deputy Governor, Agboola Ajayi, who is at loggerheads with his boss, Governor Rotimi Akeredolu.
The appellate court, in a unanimous decision, overturned the August 15 tribunal judgment in favour of the Advanced Nigeria Democratic Party, which had nullified Diri’s November 16, 2019 election.
The appellate court dismissed the appeal on the grounds that the allegation of certificate forgery brought against Ewhrudjakpo by Accord Party were not proven beyond reasonable doubt as required by the law on criminal allegations.
The judgement was delivered on Friday
Justice Stephen Adah, while reading a unanimous judgment of a panel of three, held that the appellate court found nothing wrong with the judgment given on June 25, 2019 by Justice Hussein Baba-Yusuf of the High Court of the Federal Capital Territory
MURIC made the appeal in a statement on Tuesday by its Director, Prof. Ishaq Akintola.
Justice Dongban-Mensem made the call on Friday in Abuja, while declaring open a one-day training on election petition tribunals organised for the 85 judges.
Bello, who disclosed this while reacting to the Supreme Court judgments on Monday, assured the people that his administration would continue to do more for the people in line with his campaign slogan
The Court of Appeal sitting in Ibadan recently affirmed the sack of the former council chiefs by the administration of Governor Seyi Makinde on May 29, 2019.
The appellate court in a unanimous decision held that the appeal by the EFCC against the judgment of Justice Musa Kado lacked merit and accordingly dismissed it.
The Briton was arraigned by the EFCC before Justice Ahmed Mohammed of the Federal High Court, Abuja alongside six companies in six separate charges.
The coalition in a statement by its Chairman, Media Committee, Chukwudi Ezeobika, said the adjustment was necessary following the unanimous decision of the panel of Justices of the Court of Appeal, which declared the de-registration of political parties by INEC as illegal and unconstitutional.
The parties were among the 74 political parties de-registered on February 6, 2020 by INEC for not meeting the necessary constitutional requirements.