BREAKING: Court Set To Rule On Controversial Electoral Act
The supreme of Nigeria is set to rule on the controversial section 84 (12) of the Electoral Act 2022.
According to DAILY POST, the court will be heard today, Friday and will deliver its judgment.Jamb Result
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DAILY POST reports that the Court is set for its verdict in the suit instituted against the National Assembly by President Muhammadu Buhari and the Attorney General of the Federation AGF and Minister of Justice.
A notice for the judgment delivery was served on Buhari and the National Assembly on Thursday, inviting them to appear before the court today for their judgment.Information Guide Nigeria
Recall that Buhari and Abubakar Malami had filed the suit on April 29 at the Supreme Court, seeking an interpretation of the controversial clause in the Electoral Amendment Act 2022.
Listing the National Assembly as the sole defendant, Buhari had asked the parliament to delete the controversial clause in the Electoral Act, but the National Assembly declined the president’s request.
DAILY POST reports that according to Section 84 (12) of the legislation, “No political appointee at any level shall be a voting delegate or be voted for at the convention or congress of any political party for the purpose of the nomination of candidates for any election.”
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