Court Reserves Judgment In Case against Tinubu, Others.

Court Reserves Judgment In Case against Tinubu, Others.

Court of Appeal in Port Harcourt, has deferred its decision in a case pitting Sara Igbe and others against President Bola Tinubu, Governor Siminalayi Fubara, Martin Amaewhule, Rivers State House of Assembly, and the People’s Democratic Party.

The court reserved its judgment following thorough arguments from both parties.

Represented by Counsel Wilcox Abereton, the appellants pushed for the case to be reassigned to a different judge, citing unfair treatment by the trial judge.

However, counsel for the fourth defendant, K.C. Njemanze, maintained that the trial court’s decision to strike out the case was justifiable.

Speaking to reporters after the court session, the counsel to the appellant, reiterated the strength of their case.

Sara Igbe and other Rivers elders, argued that lawmakers under Martin Amaewhule’s leadership should have vacated their seats upon defecting from the PDP to the APC.







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