Congresses: Ignore Supreme Court judgment, Omo-Agege tells APC
The Deputy President of the Senate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, has asked the ruling All Progressives Congress to go ahead with its ward congresses scheduled to hold on Saturday
Omo-Agege, in a statement issued on Friday and titled ‘Why There is Nothing Stopping the APC Ward Congresses Scheduled for Saturday, 31st July, 2021’, recalled expressing his legal opinion on the purport of the decision of the Supreme Court in respect of Eyitayo Jegede’s appeal against the election of Governor Rotimi Akeredolu and “the misinterpretation of the said judgment from certain quarters” as well as the purport of Section 183 of the 1999 Constitution as it affects APC congresses.
The lawmaker said, “I have, however, taken time to critically digest and juxtapose the divergent views on the issue and came to realise that the mischief-makers propagating confusion aimed at misleading our party into a state of disarray, did not study the petition filed by Jegede at the lower court.
“It is worthy to note, that a decision of court is only an authority for what it decides and nothing more. This was clearly stated by the Supreme Court in the case of SKYE BANK & ANOR V. AKINPELU (2010) LPELR-3073 (SC), Pp. 48-49, paras. E-B, as follows: headtopics.com
“‘It must be borne in mind always, that each case must be considered on its own particular or peculiar facts or circumstances. No one case is identical with the other or another. They may be similar, but never identical.’“Of particular importance is the fact that the petition in Ondo State did not challenge the legality or competence of the APC Caretaker/Extra-Ordinary Convention Committee but, rather, challenged the letter dated 27th July, 2020, forwarding the name of Governor Rotimi Akeredolu and his running mate to INEC as the candidates of the APC, on the ground that Mai Buni ought not to have signed the letter, him being the Executive Governor of Yobe State.”Read more: The Punch Newspapers »
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Akintola(SAN) actually put the record straight this nigth channelstv... Once legal issue is explained by him or Olanipekun be rest assure you are getting rigth info. I also love his jibes where he stated that he's not all round media lawyer that will just be appearing for stunt Lawlessness at the highest. These are the type of lawmakers we have in Nigeria.
And he is said to be a law maker. Una well done Omo Agege must be living on alternative reality. It shows the level of impunity of APC Oga DSP do not worry yourself, when the time is right, these legal issues will be made very clear to you. Lawless party made up of lawless individuals . You can see why the country is like this. What do you expect from a country where there is no rule of law
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Person wey carry maze and nothing happened, what can he not do in this country? Deputy Senate president says supreme Court judgment should be ignored? Una dey hear?
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Lol...and he's a lawmaker. Okpo... You again? Shameless dishonorable that voted NO for E-Transmission. Your father, Ex-Delta State Chief Judge, Justice James Omo-Agege (a reputable jurist) must be turning in his grave A senator asking his party to disobey the court of law. What a shame Coming from our one and only Mace snatcher
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