Since after what transpired in the High Court in Abuja came public, a lot of versions of the decision of Justice Abang is flying all over the internet with different meaning.
Before you get confused, this are what you need to know.
The refusal of Justice Abang of the Federal High Court to hear the Application for stay of execution of Dr Okezie Ikpeazu means that the judgement he delivered on the 27th of June still stands until it is reversed by a higher court, this time the Court of Appeal and/or later the Supreme Court.
It is important to point out that the judgement of the federal high court Owerri in which the reliefs of Mr Nwosu were dismissed is very favorable to Dr Uche Ogah.
It would have been otherwise if the Court in Owerri had ordered Dr Ikpeazu to vacate his seat for Mr Nwosu to take over.
Mr Nwosu came under weak foundation,
(1) He alleged forgery of the tax papers, that allegation must be proved beyond reasonable doubts.
Did Dr. Okezie really forged his tax papers? The answer is capital No, but did his tax papers contain false informations, the answer is capital YES.
These are two different things that must be distinguished. He was therefore unable to prove forgery and so had his reliefs denied.
(2).His case against Dr. Uche Ogah is that Dr Uche failed to sign the Result Sheet and so cannot be a beneficiary of what he refused to acknowledge. The court dismissed that arm of claim as the foundation of such claims lacks merit and not sustainable. He had all his reliefs denied and thrown out.
The prayer of Abians remain that UCHE CHUKWU GA EME NA ABIA.
We heard though not confirmed that the Osisioma High Court has extended its illegal ex parte order to God knows when. These are panicky measures that will be corrected later in the appellate courts. If this illegality is allowed or tolerated by the judiciary we might as well kiss goodbye to our democracy. It is absurdity of unimaginable proportion!
Await further updates.
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