Justice Emmanuel Agim Friday dismissed the appeal brought before it by Prof. Jerome Nyameh challenging the May 25, 2022 Taraba governorship primary election that produced Kefas as its flagbearer of the party.
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Ukaegbu, the South-South Zonal Coordinator of the Guild of Corporate Publishers (GOCOP), who unveiled the book at Ogeyi Place (former Le’Meridien Hotel) in Port Harcourt Tuesday, January 24, 2023, said the fashion industry has turned into a huge sector of the global economy.
Justice Kudirat Kekere-Ekun, leading a panel of five man Justices, dismissed the appeals following their withdrawals.
The Supreme Court has restored former Akwa Ibom State Governor, Godwin Akpabio as the Senatorial candidate of the opposition All…
The unanimous judgment, delivered by Justice Ibrahim Saulawa, favoured the former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs
The hearing date in his appeal against the conviction was slated for November 24, 2024, but was, however, brought down.
Consequently, the Court has ordered the kingmakers and Traditional Rulers’ Council to convoke a fresh selection process to produce Otu’s replacement.
It upheld the judgments of the Federal High Court and Court of Appeal that the FG had power to reopen criminal forfeiture proceedings
A five-member panel of Justices, led by Justice Kudirat Kekere-Ekun, fixed the date for the judgment on Wednesday.
Justice Kudirat Kekere-Ekun, in a ruling, ordered the dismissal of the appeal marked: SC/CV/849/2022 filed against the June 7, 2022 ruling of the Court of Appeal, Port-Harcourt striking out.
Ribadu, who came second in the primaries held on May 27, has challenged Binani’s victory over alleged vote buying among others
He spoke at the special session of the Supreme Court held to mark the beginning of the 2022/2023 legal year.
The Chairman of the Joint National Assembly Committee, Senator Opeyemi Bamidele, made this known on Friday.
Akpabio, also the Vice-Chairman, APC Presidential Campaign Council, said this in a statement on Tuesday in Uyo.
As the final arbiter in our country, the judgement brings to an end the quest by Olorogun David Edevbie to serve our dear state, Delta, after next cycle of general elections in 2023.
The others charged alongside the monarch are Muyideen Fabunmi, Alademehin Samuel and High Chief Michael Adesegun Onikoro.
In a judgment Friday, a five-member panel headed by Justice Amina Augie, affirmed the earlier judgment of the Court of Appeal and held that the subject of the appeals were issues on which the court lacked jurisdiction, because they relate to the internal affairs of political party.
Adeleke made his feelings known in a statement by his spokesperson, Rasheed Olawale, on Thursday in Osogbo.
Justice Lawal Garba, in a lead judgment of a five-member panel, held that Sen. Joseph Obinna Ogba, who represents Ebonyi Central Senatorial Zone, lacked legal right to have filed an appeal in the court below.
According to the Vice President, the former beauty queen’s name did not come up in the Roll of Legal Practitioners in the Supreme Court and the Nigerian Bar Association.