Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Reversal On Political Parties De-registration: Delta IPAC Leadership Hails Appeal Court Judgement.


.....Prays for the victory of De-registratered Political Parties in Supreme Court As INEC disagrees on Conflicting Judgement.


Victor Bieni, Asaba


The Leadership of Inter-party Advisory Council (IPAC), Delta State chapter led by its State Chairman, Hon Afam Enemokwu has Congratulated the Chairmen of Political parties whose parties were yesterday being on Monday, 2020 at the court of appeal in Abuja emerge victorious in a Judgement set aside the initial Judgement of the High Court and another appeal court declaring the initial deregistration of Political Parties null and void.

Hon Afam Enemokwu who reacted to the new Political development while fielding questions from Newsmen in his IPAC office, Asaba, Delta State capital Congratulated the returned Political Parties in Nigeria generally and in Delta State particularly

Court of appeal sitting in Abuja yesterday declared null and void, ultra vires the initial Judgement by the Federal High court and another court of appeal for lack of due process in exercising its power in section 225(a) of 1999 Constitution (as amended), that INEC failed to explain genuinely, communicate to Political parties the reasons for their de-registration, also that ACD and other 22 Political parties were still in court with INEC before the ugly incidence of deregistration occurred.

Enemokwu who doubled as the Delta State Chairman, All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) then prayed for the victory of the returned Political parties as INEC announced its readiness to approach the supreme Court for proper interpretation of the conflicting judgements in the same appeal court.

In his words: "It is on record that two conflicting judgements emanated from the same appeal Court,One judgement in favour of INEC action and another Judgement is against INEC action".

Delta IPAC Chairman while thanking God for the Development enjoined all to remain in joyous mood as we pray and wait anxiously for the final judgement from Supreme Court.

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