SUSPENSION OF MY PROPOSED VISIT TO IMO

It has come to my attention that the Imo State government, yesterday issued a statement on my planned visit to Owerri this morning. As most people are well aware, I haven’t visited the state since the Supreme Court judgement of 14th January 2020 and was planning to come in to participate in the ongoing Congresses being conducted by my party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). While I have in recent weeks elected to stay away from family and friends in Imo, I am not aware that I have been exiled…

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STATEMENT BY HIS EXCELLENCY, RT. HON. EMEKA IHEDIOHA, CON, AFTER THE SUPREME COURT DECISION ON THE IMO STATE GOVERNORSHIP APPLICATION FOR SETTING ASIDE OF JUDGEMENT.

MARCH 8, 2020 Dear Ndi Imo and fellow Nigerians, On Tuesday 3rd March 2020, the Supreme Court of Nigeria gave a ruling rejecting our application to set aside its earlier judgement of 14th January 2020 on the Imo State governorship election. This is certainly not the outcome we wanted or we worked so hard for and I know how disappointed you must feel. While it is disheartening to note that your desire to introduce good governance has been halted, at least for now, it is also gratifying that our modest…

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Supreme Court Justice Agrees With Ihedioha, Says Hope Uzodinma Was Wrongly Declared Winner

One of the Justices of the Supreme Court has expressed disappointment saying that Hope Uzodinma was wrongly declared the winner. Justice Chima Nweze of the Supreme Court has disagreed with other six justices who dismissed a review brought before the apex court by Emeka Ihedioha today. Recall that the Supreme Court in Abuja in a six-to-one judgment some minutes ago dismissed the application for review of its January 14, 2020, judgment which removed Emeka Ihedioha as Imo State Governor and declared Hope Uzodinma as the valid winner of the last…

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SUPREME COURT: REAL REASON FOR ADJOURNMENT TO MARCH 3

By Ogu Bundu Nwadike, M.A It’s pertinent that Imo people and people of the world know the exact and reason for the second adjournment of hearing on the 2019 Imo governorship election appeal at the Supreme Court between Uzodimma and APC on one hand and Ihedioha and PDP on the other hand. At about 9:30 am that Monday, March 2, 2020 after the court was called to order and the honourable justices filed out, the case was mentioned for hearing. Chief Kanu Agabi SAN CON, leading the battery of legal…

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Rt.Hon. Emeka Ihedioha’s oration before the Supreme Court.

Rt.Hon. Emeka Ihedioha’s oration before the Supreme Court. 1. Uzodinma was not APC candidate & was not a candidate of any party in the 9th March Governorship election in Imo State based on the judgement of the same Supreme Court on 20th December 2019. 2. Uche Nwosu was declared as the rightful candidate of APC & AA and was disqualified for double candidature. 3. APC couldn’t have produced 2 candidates in one election. 4. Supreme Court have no powers to allocate votes to any candidate. 5. Supreme Court have no…

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PDP Ezinihitte Mbaise reaffirmed Strong Support for His Excellency Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha. (Omenkeahuruanya)

Present in the meeting include: His Excellency Air-commodor Luke Ochulor, Apex Leader, Hon. Emeka Chinedu, Member Representing Ahiazu/Ezinihitte at the Green Chamber. Hon. Barr. Anyadike Nwosu, Member Representing Ezinihitte state Constituency. Hon. Arc. Magnus Uwalaka, Our state Officer. Hon. Chimee Aliliele, Former Chaimam Pension Commission Imo state. Chief Nwokedi Nwaimo, Ezinihitte PDP chairman. Hon. Ugochukwu Williams, Chairman Imo NGOs and CSOs. Hon. Emeka Aririguzo, Formal Chiaman Imo state Transport Company. Hon. Chinemerem Madu, Director Protocol to Emeka Ihedioha. All Ward Chairman All woman leader Youth leaders And lots of other…

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THE FEAR OF THE GREEN HAT IS THE BEGINNING OF WISDOM- THE REVIEW PROCESS UNDERWAY- IF YOU KNOW YOU KNOW!

It is now common knowledge that the peoples governor of Imo State, Rt. Emeka Ihedioha has formerly filed a request with the Supreme Court of Nigeria to review and reverse her January 14th, 2020 decision that removed him from office. Since then our very intelligent audience have been asking, what next? Let us put one thing to rest the review MUST happen and in fact has started, Here are the steps involved; 1. Formal request to review the case (Done) 2. Serving all parties involved including INEC (Done) 3. Parties…

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mo: Ihedioha Asks Supreme Court To Sack Uzodinma

A former governor of Imo State , Emeka Ihedioha , on Wednesday asked the Supreme Court to set aside its January 14 judgment that sacked him and declared Hope Uzodinma of the All Progressives Congress the duly elected governor of the state . Ndukwe Nnawuchi , SAN, who served as the state Attorney -General during Ihedioha’ s short- lived administration, disclosed this to journalists in Abuja on Wednesday. Nwawuchi said Ihedioha and the PDP filed an application before the apex court , asking it to set aside the January 14…

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Updats on The Latest Development With Regards To The Unholy Judgement Of The Supreme Court,

To Keep To Our Promise, To Keep Updating You With The Latest Development With Regards To The Unholy Judgement Of The Supreme Court, Which Wrongfully Removed Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha As The Governor Of Imo State, Two Significant Things Happened This Week: 1. The Good People Of Imo State Carried Out A Second Peaceful Protest On Thursday 30.01.2020 Demanding The Restoration Of Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha As The Governor Of The State. 2. In Line With The Above, The PDP National Working Committee, Members Of The Board Of Trustees on…

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His Excellency, Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha head back to Supreme Court.

Here Are The Reasons; 1. Uzodinma was not APC candidate & was not a candidate of any party in the 9th March Governorship election in Imo State based on the judgement of the same Supreme Court on 20th December 2019. 2. Uche Nwosu was declared as the rightful candidate of APC & AA and was disqualified for double candidature. 3. APC couldn’t have produced 2 candidates in one election. 4. Supreme Court have no powers to allocate votes to any candidate. 5. Supreme Court have no power to increase the…

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