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Tribunal reserves judgment in Kogi governorship election


Abuja – Parties involved in the Kogi election tussle on Tuesday closed their petition before the Governorship Election Petition Tribunal for kogi sitting in Abuja.
At the resumed hearing on Tuesday, Counsel to the African Democratic Congress (ADC), one of the parties in the matter, Mr Oba Maduabuchi, told the tribunal that he had filed the party’s final written address.
Maduabuchi prayed the court to nullify the election of Gov. Yahaya Bello, on the grounds that he did poll the highest majority of votes during the election.
He also told the tribunal that the election of the governor was devoid of the principle of the Electoral Act hence, should be nullified.
Counsel to the governor, Mr Babatunde Daudu, prayed the tribunal to discountenance and dismiss the ADC petition.
“The ADC petition lacks merit and there is no standard ground for which the petition should be given victory,’’ Daudu said.
The Chairman of the tribunal, Justice Halima Muhammad, reserved judgment after all the parties had filed their final written addresses.
Muhammad said that the judgment date would be communicated to all parties in the matter. (NAN)

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