APGA candidate cries out over non-release of judgment copy

 APGA
All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) Sena­torial candidate for Abia Central in the National Assem­bly elections held on March 28, 2015, Chief Emmanuel Ahamdi Nweke has cried out over the refusal of the Abia Election Petitions Tribunal sit­ting in Umuahia to give him a copy of the judgment in his pe­tition to enable him challenge the ruling of the Tribunal at the Court of Appeal. Recall that the judgments of the Tribunal as it concerns Abia North and Abia Central senatori­al zones spark off protests in the state, with ripple effect peaceful demonstrations in some states in the United States by Abia State natives, accusing the Nigerian Judiciary of giving ‘justice to the highest bidder. He questioned why judg­ment in his petition was de­livered longhand despite the fact that it was the first hearing concluded by the Tribunal and complained why “one week after the incredibly biased rul­ing the Judge has refused to ap­prove copy of his own judgment handed to him. Onigbanjo of La­gos High Court, to challenge the Independent National Elec­toral Commission’s (INEC) returning of the immediate past Governor of Abia State, Chief Theodore Ahamefule Orji as winner of the Abia Central Sen­atorial District elections which he (Nweke) said he won. Olalere further informed him that judg­ment in his petition was hand­written and delivered longhand instead of typed unlike the other judgments delivered by the same Tribunal. Fearing there might be unjust alterations to the wording of the judgment as originally delivered in open court,  The APGA candidate la­mented that after the judgment on October 13, 2015 he imme­diately applied for a copy of the judgment to enable him proceed to the Court of Appeal. Nweke said it was unfortu­nate that despite glaring facts ad­duced  by his counsels in support of his claim of being the winner of the election and for the fact that the respondent and INEC did not comply with the law in their defence of the matter, that the Tribunal gave judgment in favour of the respondent which he said was a travesty of justice that has brought the Judiciary into disrepute.

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