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Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by senatordave1(m): 2:51pm On Jul 21
AKURE – All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate in the October 10, 2020 gubernatorial election in Ondo State, Mr. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, and his Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) counterpart, Mr. Eyitayo Jegede would on July 28, 2021 meet at the Supreme Court for hearing of the call for sack of Akeredolu as winner of the election.

Jegede approached the electoral petitions tribunal praying that the declaration of Akeredolu as the winner of the election by Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and declare him winner on grounds that the emergence of the APC candidate breached the nation’s constitution.

On June 16, 2020, the Justice Theresa Ngolika Orji-Abadua-led Court of Appeal sitting in Akure had dismissed the PDP’s candidate’s petition, upholding the result of the election that declared Akeredolu winner.

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Consequently, all the parties involved in the case-Akeredolu, INEC and Jegede -approached the apex court with their appeals.

As the initiator of the case, Jegede filed one grounds of appeal against the appellate court’sverdict before the Supreme Court, Akeredolu and INEC filed three grounds of appeal apiece.

Jegede through his counsel, Onyekachi Ikpeasu, only approached the apex court to determine whether it was a matter of necessity to join the Chairman, APC National Caretaker Committee and Governor of Yobe State, Mai Mala Buni, in the petition challenging Akeredolu’s candidature in spite of immunity provided for governors in Section 308 of the 1999 constitution which the appellate court hinged the diamisal of Jegede’s petition.


In his appeal, Akeredolu prayed the apex court to uphold his claim that Jegede filed his petition out of 14 days stipulated by the constitution and ought to have been declared statue bar by the lower courts.

Akeredolu maintained the tribunal and the appellate court erred in law by not declaring as post-election matter Jegede’s petition on the issue of improper sponsorship of his candidature.

INEC had, through its attorney, Mr Uwensuyi Edosomwan, approached the apex court praying that the verdict of the Court of Appeal be set aside as it erred in law to assume jurisdiction in a matter, which it claimed was a pre-election.

According to the appeal, INEC stated that the appellate court erred in law when it held on page 34 of the judgment that “it is the consideration of this issue, encompassing all the grounds of objection listed, that culminated to the conclusion arrived at that the Tribunal lacks jurisdictition.”
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Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by senatordave1(m): 2:53pm On Jul 21
I think there is merit in the appeal as rightly stated by the appeal court but it is a pre election case and nonjoinder of governor buni in the case was fatal to its meritocracy

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Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by fergie001: 2:54pm On Jul 21
senatordave1:
I think there is merit in the appeal as rightly stated by the appeal court but it is a pre election case and nonjoinder of governor buni in the case was fatal to its meritocracy
The case is a pre-election matter and the issues of Sponsorship are strictly pre-election.

Now, look at the Problem....the tribunal said the case bothered on S.183

"The Governor shall not during the period when he holds office, hold another Executive Office, or paid employment in any capacity whatsoever."

The tribunal said it bothered on "Constitutionality" and not pre-election, but it has no jurisdiction. The Appeal Court supported the tribunal, despite cross-appeals.

APC, Akeredolu & His Deputy, as well as INEC admitted in Court that yes, Buni was APC Chairman and yes, he is a Governor. They filed cross-appeals to the Appeal Court but it was struck out.

The tribunal & Appeal Court based it on "internal affairs of a Party."

Two Sections of the Constitution are hitting heads together.

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Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by KGD10: 2:59pm On Jul 21
No case at all.
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by senatordave1(m): 3:11pm On Jul 21
fergie001:
senatordave1.......there is some issues ooooo.....wahala.


How
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by Kyase(m): 3:32pm On Jul 21
senatordave1:
AKURE – All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate in the October 10, 2020 gubernatorial election in Ondo State, Mr. Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, and his Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) counterpart, Mr. Eyitayo Jegede would on July 28, 2021 meet at the Supreme Court for hearing of the call for sack of Akeredolu as winner of the election.

Jegede approached the electoral petitions tribunal praying that the declaration of Akeredolu as the winner of the election by Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and declare him winner on grounds that the emergence of the APC candidate breached the nation’s constitution.

On June 16, 2020, the Justice Theresa Ngolika Orji-Abadua-led Court of Appeal sitting in Akure had dismissed the PDP’s candidate’s petition, upholding the result of the election that declared Akeredolu winner.

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Consequently, all the parties involved in the case-Akeredolu, INEC and Jegede -approached the apex court with their appeals.

As the initiator of the case, Jegede filed one grounds of appeal against the appellate court’sverdict before the Supreme Court, Akeredolu and INEC filed three grounds of appeal apiece.

Jegede through his counsel, Onyekachi Ikpeasu, only approached the apex court to determine whether it was a matter of necessity to join the Chairman, APC National Caretaker Committee and Governor of Yobe State, Mai Mala Buni, in the petition challenging Akeredolu’s candidature in spite of immunity provided for governors in Section 308 of the 1999 constitution which the appellate court hinged the diamisal of Jegede’s petition.


In his appeal, Akeredolu prayed the apex court to uphold his claim that Jegede filed his petition out of 14 days stipulated by the constitution and ought to have been declared statue bar by the lower courts.

Akeredolu maintained the tribunal and the appellate court erred in law by not declaring as post-election matter Jegede’s petition on the issue of improper sponsorship of his candidature.

INEC had, through its attorney, Mr Uwensuyi Edosomwan, approached the apex court praying that the verdict of the Court of Appeal be set aside as it erred in law to assume jurisdiction in a matter, which it claimed was a pre-election.

According to the appeal, INEC stated that the appellate court erred in law when it held on page 34 of the judgment that “it is the consideration of this issue, encompassing all the grounds of objection listed, that culminated to the conclusion arrived at that the Tribunal lacks jurisdictition.”

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Pdp wins this
Mark my words

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Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by KGD10: 3:34pm On Jul 21
Kyase:

Pdp wins this
Mark my words

There's no case here. Na Aketi won Ondo state with a landslide. Ondo people know who dey voted for na. And if any stupidd supreme gives it to Jegede, the journey continues. Jegede is even more stubborn than Aketi when it comes to defending his people. You foooools can't try your shit near Ondo people! You dey mad? What's the job of a governor or leader of a state if not to protect his people again? Shouldn't you fools be facing the Foolani killer herdsmen killing people in the country?

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Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by Sammy07: 3:35pm On Jul 21
fergie001:

The case is a pre-election matter and the issues of Sponsorship are strictly pre-election.

Now, look at the Problem....the tribunal said the case bothered on S.183

"The Governor shall not during the period when he holds office, hold another Executive Office, or paid employment in any capacity whatsoever."

The tribunal said it bothered on "Constitutionality" and not pre-election, but it has no jurisdiction. The Appeal Court supported the tribunal, despite cross-appeals.

APC, Akeredolu & His Deputy, as well as INEC admitted in Court that yes, Buni was their Chairman and yes, he is a Governor. They filed cross-appeals to the Appeal Court but it was struck out.

The tribunal & Appeal Court based it on "internal affairs of a Party."

Two Sections of the Constitution are hitting heads together.



Nah wa oooo
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by Kyase(m): 3:36pm On Jul 21
KGD10:


There's no case here. Na Aketi won Ondo state. And if the supreme gives to Jegede, the race continues. Jegede is even worse than Aketi when it comes to defending his people. You foooools can't try your shit near Ondo people! You dey mad?
Oga who you dey talk to

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Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by KGD10: 3:38pm On Jul 21
Kyase:

Oga who you dey talk to

I'm talking to you blood sucking demonic Foolanis.

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Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by fergie001: 3:38pm On Jul 21
Kyase:
Oga who you dey talk to
I dey fear you these days ...E be like your Intel gather morale.

I always feel Aketi got this, but looking at the tribunal judgement....It is not a good case. Whomever wins, will just be a case of discretion from the Court.

Not only that, it will have a bad omen for APC in Anambra.

SC over to you/.
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by fergie001: 3:40pm On Jul 21
Sammy07:
Nah wa oooo
"Article 17(iv) of the APC Constitution states: No officer in any organ of the Party shall hold executive position office in government concurrently."

..the way he has been pulling this S' Govs matter.....hmmm

My chest is beating
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by goldtube(m): 3:40pm On Jul 21
sad
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by Authoreety: 3:40pm On Jul 21
Ok

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Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by iamyemiakins(m): 3:41pm On Jul 21
It seems Jegede has a solid evidence to grip Aketi on this, because I don't understand why he kept pushing this case that seems to have no strong backup.

Na my state, let's see how it goes...

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Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by OmovuduTheBeast(f): 3:42pm On Jul 21
Useless government

Failed country

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Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by CruiseMaster1: 3:42pm On Jul 21
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Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by PenuelFarms: 3:43pm On Jul 21
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by Akwamkpuruamu: 3:43pm On Jul 21
Aketi is going no where
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by Kyase(m): 3:43pm On Jul 21
fergie001:

I dey fear you these days ...E be like your Intel gather morale.

I always feel Aketi got this, but looking at the trial Court judgement....It is not a good case. Whomever wins, will just be a case of discretion from the Court.

Not only that, it will have a bad omen for APC in Anambra.

SC over to you/.
No intels boss
Aketi will only win if a call someone makes the call
If not Pdp have this
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by Totoboi(m): 3:44pm On Jul 21
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by Seniorwriter(m): 3:44pm On Jul 21
Fingers crossed!

@Seniorwriter
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by joe54: 3:45pm On Jul 21
embarassed
Punishment loading for Aketi
FAILED, USELESS APC GOVERNMENT
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by fergie001: 3:46pm On Jul 21
Kyase:
No intels boss
Aketi will only win if a call someone makes the call
If not Pdp have this

Tanko or Odili, must CHAIR that panel.
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by majorbravo: 3:46pm On Jul 21
Next week is gonna be packed:
- Bbnaija 2021
- Nnamdi Kanu trial
- Ondo Guber Appeal
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by Antoeni(m): 3:47pm On Jul 21
We are not going to hear any different judgment
Re: Supreme Court Fixes July 28 To Hear Ondo Guber Appeal by Kyase(m): 3:50pm On Jul 21
fergie001:


Tanko or Odili, must CHAIR that panel.
Odilli is a most

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