Court Strikes Out Ruling Sacking Delta APC EXCO

 

The Court of Appeal sitting in Benin City has struck out a judgement of the Asaba High court, which sacked the All Progressives Congress (APC) exco in the state in March.

The court held that the High Court in Asaba lacked the jurisdiction to entertain the matter and also that the initial suit was filed outside the 14-day period allowed by law.

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Updated: May 18, 2019 — 8:52 am

8 Comments

  1. What is next thing for totimi amehachi now The Court of Appeal sitting in Benin City has struck out a judgement of the Asaba High court, which sacked the All Progressives Congress (APC) exco in the state in March.

  2. APC will leave no stone unturned just for senator omo agege to retain his senetorial seat, even the court has been compromised but if the court says that the initial suit was filed outside the 14-day period allowed by law then let the rule of law stand. We wait for the final outcome

  3. The court held that the High Court in Asaba lacked the jurisdiction to entertain the matter and also that the initial suit was filed outside the 14-day period allowed by law

  4. The Court of Appeal sitting in Benin City has struck out a judgement of the Asaba High court, which sacked the All Progressives Congress (APC) exco in the state in March

  5. Thanks you paidnews for updating me news that is going on around me and thanks for paying me.

  6. I just hope the court cantk this up and end injustice in our country

  7. For a nation that is afraid to let its people judge the truth and falsehood in an open market is a nation that is afraid of its people.”

  8. The court held that the High Court in Asaba lacked the jurisdiction to entertain the matter and also that the initial suit was filed outside the 14-day period allowed by law.

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