The Court of Appeal Kano Divsion has granted stay of execution on the controversial judgment recently delivered against the Labour Party and its candidates by a Federal High Court sitting in Kano.

In a latest release by Ferdinand Ekeoma, Special Adviser, Media and Publicity to Governor-elect, Dr Alex Otti, has it that: ruling on an application brought by LP and Dr. Alex Otti, the Presiding Judge, Justice Ita Mbaba after listening to arguments adduced by A.J Owonikoko, SAN and Ken Ahia, SAN, subsequently granted Dr. Otti’s application and leave to Appeal the judgment as an interested party.

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Even though many legal experts have argued that the judgement was dead on arrival due to many flaws associated with it , however , to avoid mischief , Dr. Otti instructed his lawyers to appeal the judgment

It would be recalled that the said judgement of the Federal High Court generated public outcry across the federation because of what was perceived as a legal ambush to illegally remove LP candidates, a developed that excited the defeated Abia PDP who resorted to celebration, however, the Abia Governor-Elect, Dr. Alex Otti who has remained lively and unperturbed called on Abians not to lose sleep over the judgment, assuring that the mandate given to him and his party by Abians was safe and secure.

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The ruling by the Court of Appeal has further removed any perceived hitch ahead of Otti’s inauguration as the Governor of Abia state on May 29th, 2023.

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