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Supreme Court Judgement: Anambra Govt wants judges, lawyers punished

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Anambra State Authorities has expressed pleasure over the Supreme Court docket judgment, which gave former Central Financial institution Governor, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo the complete proper because the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) within the State.

A press launch by the State Commisioner for Info and Public Enlightenment, Mr C. Don Adinuba congratulated the Supreme Court docket for its braveness.

The discharge acknowledged that: “The individuals and Authorities of Anambra State have obtained with pleasure, like the remainder of Nigeria, the Supreme Court docket judgment this morning upholding the choice of the Court docket of Attraction sitting in Kano that Chief Victor Oye is the genuine Nationwide Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA).

“He (Oye) is subsequently, the correct and correct particular person to submit the identify of the APGA candidate within the November 6 gubernatorial election in Anambra State to the Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC).

“The Supreme Court docket has, as soon as once more, demonstrated that the Nigerian judiciary is a temple of justice. It doesn’t simply give judgments but in addition dispenses justice. It doesn’t simply adjust to the letter of the legislation but in addition acts in accordance with the spirit of the legislation.

“It offers hope for not simply the frequent man but in addition all residents, no matter class, gender, ethnicity or religion.”

“There’s huge rejoicing all through Anambra State and, certainly, throughout Nigeria on the Supreme Court docket judgment. The individuals really feel justice has been carried out. The Supreme Court docket justices have met the expectations and needs of the individuals.”

He urged the Supreme Court docket to not cease at offering the correct judgments on circumstances, however punish members of each the Bar who carry to courts issues meant to ridicule the judiciary and of the Bench who entertain such fits and cross judgments on them.

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