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Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by Kwanza: 6:02am On Feb 14
Reactions have continued to trail yesterda’s judgement of the Supreme Court that sacked the All Progressives Congress (APC) Governor-elect in the November 16,2019 gubernatorial election in Bayelsa State.

The Peoples Democratic Party had filed an appeal at the apex court challenging the joint candidature of Lyon and his running mate, Biobarakuma Degi-Eriemienyo, on the ground of alleged certificate forgery.

But the ruling has drawn mixed reactions from legal practitioners. The Guardian yesterday sought the views of some of them.

Constitutional lawyer and author, Chief Sebastine Hon (SAN), noted: “The Supreme Court was, with respect, correct in its decision. The reason is plain enough: Under the constitutional scheme of the 1999 Constitution, one is not qualified to become a governor unless and until he chooses a running mate, who will contest the election with him. The fate of each, therefore, is inextricably intertwined, until they are inaugurated, in which case, each acquires a distinct legal personality and has to personally answer for his good or bad deeds.

“The apex court had settled this in 1999 when Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, after being elected with Mr. Boni Haruna, left for the vice presidency before being sworn in. But then, the rider in the judgment of the Supreme Court is that INEC should issue a certificate of return to the next political party whose candidate scored the majority of votes cast, at least 25% of which must be in two-thirds of the local governments, must be watched closely. If the PDP candidate satisfies these twin conditions, he should be inaugurated. If he does not, the Speaker of the House of Assembly will be inaugurated as the Acting Governor and INEC will conduct a fresh election; but the APC will stand disqualified from contesting in that rerun, since its candidature at the annulled election was, ab initio, a farce.”

To Dr Abiodun Layonu (SAN), “the implication of this judgment is that in calculating the votes to identify who has the 25 per cent spread, all the votes of APC would be discounted. Some people are of the opinion that the PDP candidate did not satisfy the spread, but I cannot tell until INEC determines that.

“The Supreme Court said whoever came second and satisfied the constitutional requirement should be sworn in. Another implication of this decision is that the APC has lost the state completely.

“The Supreme Court said his running mate infected him with a virus, so they are both out. The court also asked that a fresh certificate of return be given to the second runner-up who satisfied the constitutional requirement.

“All David Lyon’s votes would be discounted. Then the 25 per cent vote would be counted based on the remaining vote because once there is a disqualification, the votes are wasted votes.” Senior lawyer, Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa (SAN) held:

“The constitution states clearly that sovereignty belongs to the people. The concept of election is to allow the people choose their leaders freely. We must avoid situations whereby leaders emerge through the courts, as that will be circumventing the will of the people. Let us allow the people to choose their leaders. The fellow who committed perjury was the deputy governorship candidate. So, his ‘sins’ should not have affected his principal. The court should have simply removed him and ordered fresh elections at worst or asked the governor-elect to nominate a new candidate because the outcome of that election is an indication that the people of Bayelsa rejected the PDP totally.

“These tribunal/court cases in Imo, Bayelsa, Zamfara, etc, constitute serious indictment of INEC and the political parties. There is no legacy that the present administration has bestowed upon us as a nation in the area of electoral reforms, but rather things have gotten worse. Having suffered electoral injustice in his previous efforts, it is shocking that the president has retained and continued to benefit from obviously flawed electoral processes.

According to Professor Edoba Omoregie, “It’s difficult to react critically to the judgment, having not read the full judgment. However, if media reports are anything to go by, I think the judgment raises so many questions. From a strict democracy considerations, one wonders whether the judgment accords with the idea of majority rule. How possibly democratic is it for a candidate who won majority votes in an election to be denied the fruits of his victory, and the people denied his services, because of a technical issue of the qualification of his running mate? The qualifications for gubernatorial office are set out in the constitution. Do they include what the Supreme Court considered in this judgment? On the other hand, for strict constructionists, the judgments may be meaningful to the extent that both the candidate and his running mate ran on the same ticket. Therefore whatever affects the latter, affects both! In the end, I think the judgment leaves a lot of sour taste in the mouth. I honestly believe that our electoral jurisprudence should focus more on strengthening the idea of majority rule, far more than technicalities. This would require clear legal framework to bring about, either by way of constitutional alteration or statutory amendment with a focus on affirming majority rule over and above other considerations.”

Dr. Paul Ananaba (SAN) submits: “The decisions of the Supreme Court are final not because they are infallible. They are infallible because they are final. The implication is that APC has no qualified candidate at the governorship election. The candidate that scored the highest vote after the APC candidate and also satisfied the constitutional requirement for spread is automatically elected. INEC has no discretion than to comply with the decision of the highest court of the land irrespective of its views.”

Contributing, Chief Albert Akpomudje (SAN) said: “In law, the Supreme Court is correct, if truly the deputy governor forged certificates. They have held such judgments before. Although it is painful because he won based on majority votes, but the law is an ass as they say. Again, we hope that this is not an issue of compensation for the PDP because of the outcry in Imo State judgment. People might read that meaning to the judgment. Quashing the candidature of any of the party’s candidates is the law because both of them ran on a joint ticket.”

But a Port Harcourt-based lawyer, Mr. Festus Oguche faulted the apex court for allegedly being inconsistent in its decisions. He maintained that court ought to have recalled its earlier judgment that brought Yahaya Bello of Kogi State.
https://m.guardian.ng/news/lawyers-differ-on-supreme-courts-ouster-of-lyon/

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by Citytrend: 6:03am On Feb 14
This man should've been disqualified if not for lack of respect for the law of the land

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by seunmsg(m): 6:12am On Feb 14
From a strict democracy considerations, one wonders whether the judgment accords with the idea of majority rule. How possibly democratic is it for a candidate who won majority votes in an election to be denied the fruits of his victory, and the people denied his services, because of a technical issue of the qualification of his running mate?

Sadly, the people’s decision was not considered at all by the justices of the Supreme Court. David Lyon won the election clearly, he should never have been denied the right fruit of his victory simply because of a technical issue.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by mushystuff: 6:12am On Feb 14
No need for drama.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by DeomoviesI: 6:13am On Feb 14
Hmmmm.... This escapade wouldn't have happen if the Deputy has not perjured himself, the comment above said it shouldn't affect the principal. Really, it shouldn't affect the boss what you mean? When the sinner suffer, the righteous also do. I don't know if you get my gist, but the principal should know about misdeeds of his deputy. You can get high definition movies and series into external drive and pc including Frozen II Doctor Sleep, Jojo Rabbit, Parasite, Moonlight, Power (S1-6 complete) (zero,eight,one,four,four,two,three,eight,three,two,seven)

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by mushystuff: 6:15am On Feb 14
seunmsg:
From a strict democracy considerations, one wonders whether the judgment accords with the idea of majority rule. How possibly democratic is it for a candidate who won majority votes in an election to be denied the fruits of his victory, and the people denied his services, because of a technical issue of the qualification of his running mate?

Academic qualification is a constitutional requirement and also a ground for disqualification. Forgery is a crime! Do you really think this is a mere technicality? In fact criminal proceedings should be instituted against the APC deputy governorship candidate for forgery and perjury because he swore to those forged documents under judicial oath!

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by seunmsg(m): 6:22am On Feb 14
mushystuff:


Academic qualification is a constitutional requirement and also a ground for disqualification. Forgery is a crime! Do you really think this is a mere technicality? In fact criminal proceedings should be instituted against the APC deputy governorship candidate for forgery and perjury because he swore to those forged documents under judicial oath!

The deputy candidate should have been disqualified without touching the governor-elect. In the case of James Faleke vs Yahaya Bello, the Supreme Court agreed with APC that a dead candidate can be substituted even after the election. So, why can’t the same apply in this case?

Democracy should be about the people and not about the justices of the Supreme Court. At worst, the court should have ordered another election just like it did in Bauchi some years back when the deputy governor was disqualified. The people should be the ones deciding who rules them and not some justices somewhere.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by EastGold(m): 6:24am On Feb 14
I sincerely pity David Lyon. The government should do all within its power to arrest the deputy governorship candidate for perjury. If not for anything, for bringing the party a big shame.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by mushystuff: 6:33am On Feb 14
seunmsg:


The deputy candidate should have been disqualified without touching the governor-elect. In the case of James Faleke vs Yahaya Bello, the Supreme Court agreed with APC that a dead candidate can be substituted even after the election. So, why can’t the same apply in this case?

Democracy should be about the people and not about the justices of the Supreme Court. At worst, the court should have ordered another election just like it did in Bauchi some years back when the deputy governor was disqualified. The people should be the ones deciding who rules them and not some justices somewhere.

Death is not a ground for disqualification. Deficient or forged academic qualification is. One party cannot be allowed to pick n choose just because!
For me, the Kogi case you refer to is an aberration because death was the issue not a disqualification and elections had yet to be concluded. I hope you know Faleke was not allowed to continue instead a fresh candidate who wasn't on the ticket was nominated ie Yahaya Bello. If you feel the governor elect should not be affected, why was the deputy governor elect in Kogi affected then? It is the yeye APC abracadabra that no one has bothered to challenge.

The point is, the party should have reasonably foreseen the issue of academic qualification and addressed it satisfactorily before nomination. That is why the fallout like in this Bayelsa case is stringent. On the other hand, no one can foresee death unless they chose to field an already terminally ill candidate.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by masterflowx(m): 6:36am On Feb 14
Make una let this matter rest jo.
Abeg, where I go get am for me because e don finish for here o...

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by helinues: 6:36am On Feb 14
Their palavas
Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by ursullalinda(f): 6:38am On Feb 14
After Imo state ruling......No judgment will shock me again in Nigeria......Congrats to the incoming Governor.......if u supported Imo judgement and against this one...... Your hypocrisy has no cure.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by seunmsg(m): 6:41am On Feb 14
mushystuff:

Death is not a ground for disqualification. Deficient or forged academic qualification is. Besides for the Kogi case you refer to, I hope you know Faleke was not allowed to continue instead a fresh candidate who wasn't on the ticket was nominated ie Yahaya Bello.

Faleke was allowed to continue as the deputy governor while Yahaya Bello was brought in as the governorship candidate. The same thing should have happened in Bayelsa. Lyon should have been allowed to continue while the deputy is disqualified. In the alternative, the Bauchi situation where a fresh election was ordered after the deputy governor was disqualified should have happen.

There is nothing democratic about giving victory to a candidate that was overwhelmingly rejected by the people. This is not democracy.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by Captainrambo2: 6:49am On Feb 14
Well I sorry for Lyon sha. Bayelsans voted him..





Useless certificate forger. Why didnt the idiot deputy swear affidavit like Buhari

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by mushystuff: 6:57am On Feb 14
seunmsg:


Faleke was allowed to continue as the deputy governor while Yahaya Bello was brought in as the governorship candidate. The same thing should have happened in Bayelsa. Lyon should have been allowed to continue while the deputy is disqualified. In the alternative, the Bauchi situation where a fresh election was ordered after the deputy governor was disqualified should have happen.

There is nothing democratic about giving victory to a candidate that was overwhelmingly rejected by the people. This is not democracy.

First, I have edited my post. Secondly, please fill me in on the Bauchi scenario. I don't quite have the details so I can't comment just yet.
Back to this issue, for Kogi, silly as that was, the greater common sense would have been for Faleke to become the governorship candidate and not nominate one over him just as would have been the case if Audu had died after they had been sworn in. Placing Yahaya over him was based on religious and tribal considerations plus the working relationship would have definitely been sour so that is why Faleke turned it down. Bottom line though is that there was no disqualification and elections had yet to be concluded.

For Bayelsa however, this issue was a pre-election matter. Again by the electoral law, a ticket is joint except that of legislative positions. The fates of both parties are tied and what affects one affects the other too. Like I said, grounds for disqualification do not include death. If the Bayelsa deputy candidate had died(God forbid), we would not be having this scenario. However, he's been caught in a crime of forgery! Since they haven't been sworn in, they are still joined together. Even if they had been sworn in, because it's a pre-election matter, it would have still affected them both because the implication of the judgement is that APC did not have any candidate.

No party can nominate a governorship candidate without a deputy, INEC will not accept such incomplete nomination. The court is therefore saying that since the deputy was not qualified, he was not a candidate ab initio. APC therefore did not have a candidate so their participation in the election is an exercise in futility.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by OzilBaba50: 7:04am On Feb 14
seunmsg:


The deputy candidate should have been disqualified without touching the governor-elect. In the case of James Faleke vs Yahaya Bello, the Supreme Court agreed with APC that a dead candidate can be substituted even after the election. So, why can’t the same apply in this case?

Democracy should be about the people and not about the justices of the Supreme Court. At worst, the court should have ordered another election just like it did in Bauchi some years back when the deputy governor was disqualified. The people should be the ones deciding who rules them and not some justices somewhere.
did you said same on Imo?
to my best knowledge you guys where jubilating on a fraudulent victory that made someone that came distant 4th a governor with a imaginary votes allocated to him
bros stop this hypocrisy

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by lonelydora: 7:10am On Feb 14
Let's stop deceiving ourselves. Nigeria has no law. The law depends on who it is affecting.

But my question now is.... Since PDP is now saying it was a Just-Judgement. Is our Democracy no longer in danger? Will they now allow Tanko to still continue as CJN?


David Lyon was rehearsing yesterday. I feel for him.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by cheango: 7:10am On Feb 14
I feel sad for David Lyon, may we never do business with oloriburuku

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by DuBLINGreenb(m): 7:10am On Feb 14
PDP judge has done her own

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by MANNABBQGRILLS: 7:11am On Feb 14
The Supreme court has spoken, which should be final, as it is all over the world.

It all depends on who the indigenes of Bayelsa want and not what the Hypocrites that have never stepped their feet on Bayelsa state are shouting about.

For those of us that are not card carrying members of any political party, but only vote for good men and women that we believe can move their immediate environment forward (same reason all of us @MANNABBQGRILLS voted for our darling Daddy in the presidential election and voted for another candidate in another party in our state of residence, no apologies to Sanwo-Olu!)

It is sad that the days intellectuals (from opposing and different political affiliations) discuss politics on the political threads on Nairaland is gone and now it has gone to kids, hypocrites and dirty agberos that curse and abuse their mothers and fathers with no reasonable and sensible posts to contribute)

Lastly......

It is a always good and refreshing to see that we have a President who does not intervene in the rule of law.

Elections In Nigeria now,
There is no need to fear.
Why? Because the will of Nigerians will not be subverted. Never! A President once told us in this country that the coming polls would be do or die.
Not with President Buhari. Fair is fair. No foul play. Under his watch, his political party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has lost gubernatorial elections in Bayelsa, Oyo State and Anambra states.
At the last Council of States meeting, Gov Willie Obiano publicly registered his appreciation to President Buhari, for the level playing ground he made available during the election in his state. With do or die apostles, and a certain political party in power, such would never happen. Not with their garrison mentality. All states are territories that must be conquered, willy-nilly.

APC has won gubernatorial positions under Buhari in Kogi, Ondo and Edo states. The victories were fair and square. The party lost in Bayelsa, Oyo, Anambra etc.
This President would never manipulate victory for anyone, not even his own party. And you ask us not to trust him?
We will, and no mistake.


God bless our darling Daddy President Muhammadu Buhari.
God bless Nigeria.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by adioolayi(m): 7:11am On Feb 14
Anyhow ...same same. .their headache. Wait o....is luck about to smile on the current speaker of the Bayelsa State House of assembly as the interim Governor Anything fit happen for this country

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by MyVILLAGEpeople(m): 7:12am On Feb 14
grin
Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by Passionate888: 7:13am On Feb 14
Make them differ all them want, e don happen e don happen

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by OzilBaba50: 7:14am On Feb 14
MANNABBQGRILLS:
The Supreme court has spoken, which should be final, as it is all over the world.

It all depends on who the indigenes of Bayelsa want and not what the Hypocrites that have never stepped their feet on Bayelsa state are shouting about.

For those of us that are not card carrying members of any political party, but only vote for good men and women that we believe can move their immediate environment forward (same reason all of us @MANNABBQGRILLS voted for our darling Daddy in the presidential election and voted for another candidate in another party in our state of residence, no apologies ro Sanwo-Olu!)

It is sad that the days intellectuals discuss politics on the political threads on Nairaland is gone and now it has gone to kids, hypocrites and dirty agberos that curse and abuse their mothers with no reasonable and sensible posts to contribute)

Lastly......

It is a always good and refreshing to see that we have a President who does not intervene in the rule of law.

Elections In Nigeria now,
There is no need to fear.
Why? Because the will of Nigerians will not be subverted. Never! A President once told us in this country that the coming polls would be do or die.
Not with President Buhari. Fair is fair. No foul play. Under his watch, his political party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) has lost gubernatorial elections in Bayelsa, Oyo State and Anambra states.
At the last Council of States meeting, Gov Willie Obiano publicly registered his appreciation to President Buhari, for the level playing ground he made available during the election in his state. With do or die apostles, and a certain political party in power, such would never happen. Not with their garrison mentality. All states are territories that must be conquered, willy-nilly.

APC has won gubernatorial positions under Buhari in Kogi, Ondo and Edo states. The victories were fair and square. The party lost in Bayelsa, Oyo, Anambra etc.
This President would never manipulate victory for anyone, not even his own party. And you ask us not to trust him?
We will, and no mistake.


God bless our darling Daddy President Muhammadu Buhari.
God bless Nigeria.

repeating the same balderdash

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by ybalogs(m): 7:14am On Feb 14
They will always differ obviously. That's what they get paid for.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by Dididrumz(m): 7:14am On Feb 14
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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by Validated: 7:14am On Feb 14
mushystuff:


First, I have edited my post. Secondly, please fill me in on the Bauchi scenario. I don't quite have the details so I can't comment just yet.
Back to this issue, for Kogi, silly as that was, the greater common sense would have been for Faleke to become the governorship candidate and not nominate one over him just as would have been the case if Audu had died after they had been sworn in. Placing Yahaya over him was based on religious and tribal considerations plus the working relationship would have definitely been sour so that is why Faleke turned it down. Bottom line though is that there was no disqualification and elections had yet to be concluded.

For Bayelsa however, this issue was a pre-election matter. Again by the electoral law, a ticket is joint except that of legislative positions. The fates of both parties are tied and what affects one affects the other too. Like I said, grounds for disqualification do not include death. If the Bayelsa deputy candidate had died(God forbid), we would not be having this scenario. However, he's been caught in a crime of forgery! Since they haven't been sworn in, they are still joined together. Even if they had been sworn in, because it's a pre-election matter, it would have still affected them both because the implication of the judgement is that APC did not have any candidate.

No party can nominate a governorship candidate without a deputy, INEC will not accept such incomplete nomination. The court is therefore saying that since the deputy was not qualified, he was not a candidate ab initio. APC therefore did not have a candidate so their participation in the election is an exercise in futility.
The Kogi case was left to rest due to ignorance. If PDP had gone to court on the ground of wrong substitution maybe a precedent would have been set. In Bayelsa, the matter was pre-election. PDP went to court to stop APC and INEC from accepting Lyon and deputy nomination for forgery. The High Court disqualified them. Then APC went to procure an appeal that allowed them to participate in election. If you recall INEC said they were going ahead with the elections inspite of various court rulings. Now the final verdict is that APC was never qualified to participate. Sad but this us the law.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by xrayj(m): 7:15am On Feb 14
seunmsg:


The deputy candidate should have been disqualified without touching the governor-elect. .
It is a joint ticket!
Go read the meaning of joint ticket

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by ruggedtimi(m): 7:15am On Feb 14
na wa oh
Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by ybalogs(m): 7:15am On Feb 14
I have read and had witnessed that when any time a Court' judgement should favour the PDP, her party members and the supporters will hail the declaration. When anytime a judgement should favour the APC, the PDP members would, usually blame the APC for interference and manipulation of such a judgement. I had expected that the INEC who has been saddled with the responsibility of conducting verifiable and good elections would not be questioned for their role. Example is the Zamfara saga. The PDP accepted the declaration of the Supreme Court.

The Imo State declaration of the Supreme Court remained unacceptable to the PDP but the one for Bayelsa State would be greeted with ovation. The Imo State matter was taken to Trump of the USA for his instructions to Nigeria that the Judges' decision should be reversed.

The Supreme Court's declaration on the Local Government Chairmen reinstatement was a good one in Ekiti State but in Oyo State wherein the Supreme Court told the PDP that the Governor lacks the power to sack the Chairmen is still been contested by the PDP.

I believe that to some extent, people should have confidence in the determination of the Supreme Court Judges, perceived/interpreted collectively or individually as either bad or good.

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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by MANNABBQGRILLS: 7:15am On Feb 14
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repeating the same balderdash
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Re: Bayelsa: Lawyers differ on Supreme Court’s ouster of David Lyon by toprealman: 7:16am On Feb 14
Citytrend:
This man should've been disqualified if not for lack of respect for the law of the land

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