Court of Appeal delivers judgment on suit seeking to sack governor Akeredolu

The Court of Appeal has dismissed a suit challenging Rotimi Akeredolu’s candidacy as the valid governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the October 2020 election in the state. 

VAM News gathers that the judgment was delivered by the court in Abuja on Friday, February 19, by a three-man panel of the appellate court. 

Akeredolu is to be inaugurated as the governor for the second term in office on February 24. 

According to the report, the panel unanimously dismissed the appeal filed by an APC governorship aspirant in the state, Nath Adojutelegan for lacking in merit. 

The court ruled:  ''The appeal is hereby dismissed. I make no order as to cost.'' Adojutelegan’s lawyer, Isaac Aderogba, said after he reviews the copy of the judgment, a decision will be taken on whether to appeal to the Supreme Court or not. 

The Federal High Court had earlier on December 16, 2020 dismissed the suit filed by the APC governorship aspirant before he appealed to the appellate court. 

Read Also... Bitcoin Hits $31,000 for First Time, an Hour After Tearing Through $30,000

        CONTACT US ON 08072633727 📲 whatsApp/Call or

08104964100 đź“ž For your Advert Placement, Press Release, Personality Promotion, Special Report, Conference, Interviews, Media And Publicity And So On

         ©VAM News

No comments

After Dropping your comment, Wait for few minutes, your comments will appear below!!!