Palpable strain has grasped the political circles of Senator Stephen Odey and his challenger, Agom Jarigbe over the Cross Rivers North Senatatorial seat fight in which the Court of Appeal in Abuja will today, Saturday, give a last verdict
The make or blemish last judgment will be given over by a 3-man board of the Appellate court headed by Justice Abubakar Datti Yahaya.
Jarigbe at present in the House of Representatives is asking the Appeal Court to unseat the officeholder, Obey to empower him climb to the upper office of the National Assembly
Odey then again, is looking for an audit of the judgment of the Court of Appeal, Calabar, which had proclaimed his adversary victor of the December 5, 2020 bye-political decision for Cross River North Senatorial District.
A three-part board of the Court of Appeal, Calabar drove by Justice Chioma Nwosu-Iheme, had on July 30, 2021, requested the sack of Odey in a judgment on an allure by Chief Joe Agi, SAN and the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The board while conveying decisions in a combined allure testing the choice of the National and State House of Assembly Election Petition Tribunal followed through on June 18, 2021, requested the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to give Mr Agom Jarigbe authentication of return which the court held was wrongly removed from him.
Today’s decisions will be fixated on three claims: CA/C/NAEA/SEN/167/2021, CA/C/NAEA/SEN/168/2021, and CA/C/NAEA/SEN/169/2021.
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