Supreme Court: Possible Dates for Judgement in Kano, Lagos, Others Revealed

Jan 8, 2024 | Entertainment, News

The Supreme Court is set to conduct hearings on 21 appeals concerning disputes from the recent governorship election.

The cases involving states such as Ebonyi, Plateau, Delta, Adamawa, Abia, Ogun, Cross River, and Akwa Ibom are scheduled for Monday through Thursday, January 11.

The apex court is expected to roll out judgement for pending cases from Monday to Friday
The people of Kano state would know their real governor for the next four years on Friday, Jan 12. Photo Credit: Nasir Gawuna/Abba Kabir Yusuf
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Additionally, there is a possibility that judgments for previously heard post-election governorship appeals, including those for Kano and Lagos, among others, may be delivered on Friday, January 12.

According to The Nation, a court schedule disclosed on Sunday, January 7, that the Supreme Court has slated hearings for Monday, encompassing one appeal from the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) candidate, two from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) along with its candidate Chukwuma Odii Ifeanyi, and two appeals from the All Progressives Congress (APC) and its candidate in Benue state.

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Moving on to Tuesday, the apex court intends to address six appeals: three related to Plateau State, submitted by the PDP, its candidate Nentawe Goshwe, and INEC; and three about Delta State, submitted by Kenneth Gbagi of the Social Democratic Party (SDP), Omo-Agege Ovie Augustine of the All Progressives Congress (APC), and Peta Kennedy of the Labour Party (LP).

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On Wednesday, the court is scheduled to hear four appeals, two concerning Adamawa State, presented by the SDP candidate and a counter-appeal by Ahmadu Fintiri of the PDP, who is the incumbent.

On Thursday, the court is set to review two appeals concerning Abia State, filed by Okechukwu Ahiwe of the PDP and Ikechi Emenike of the APC.

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Additionally, six appeals are scheduled for consideration, with two related to Ogun State filed by Oladipo Adebutu of the PDO and a counter-appeal by Abiodun Adedapo of the APC (the incumbent governor).

Prof. Sandy Onor of the PDP filed another appeal about Cross River. Two appeals concerning Akwa Ibom State are also on the docket, filed by Akpan Udofia of the Young Peoples Party (YPP) and John Akpan Udoedehe of the NNPC.

The court is expected to announce its judgments on Friday, encompassing post-election governorship appeals that have already been heard, including those about Lagos, Kano, and various other states.


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