UncategorizedBREAKING: Tribunal Sacks APC Senator, Ohere, Declares Natasha Akpoti Winner Of Kogi Central Election by admin September 7, 2023 written by admin September 7, 2023 Bookmark 2 The tribunal Chairman, Justice K.A. Orjiako in his ruling on Wednesday said Uduaghan scored 54,064 votes to defeat his closest rival Sadiku-Ohere who polled 51,291 votes.The election petition tribunal sitting in Lokoja has declared Natasha Akpoti-Uduaghan as the winner of the February 25 Kogi Central Senatorial election.The tribunal Chairman, Justice K.A. Orjiako in his ruling on Wednesday said Uduaghan scored 54,064 votes to defeat his closest rival Sadiku-Ohere who polled 51,291 votes.He urged Ohere to pay Akpoti-Uduaghan N500,000 for the cost of the petition. Ohere is of the All Progressives Congress, APC.The PDP female candidate had filed her petition at the National and State Assembly Election Petition Tribunal in Kogi after she was declared second in the Central Senatorial election.When the case came up for adoption of written addresses before the tribunal led by Justice K.A. Ojiako, Counsel to Sadiku-Ohere, APC and INEC, Messers M.Y. Abdullahi (SAN), S.A. Abbas and Dayo Akinlaja (SAN) as 1st, 2nd and 3rd respondents respectively, prayed the tribunal to dismiss her petition for lacking in merit.The counsel to Akpoti-Uduaghan, Umeh Kalu (SAN) and Johnson Usman (SAN) in adopting their written address debunked the claims of INEC and Sadiku-Ohere, and prayed the Court disregard their submissions and prayers and allow the petition.Usman, who spoke, said their address was explicit about their disagreement with the issues raised by the INEC and sadiku-Ohere in their written addresses. 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail admin Follow Author previous post Canada’s tech sector latest industry to experience shift away from remote work next post BREAKING: Tribunal Trash Peter Obi, LP’s Argument That Tinubu Failed To Score 25% Votes In FCT, Declares It Irrelevant You may also like Bookmark Cross River gorillas will boost local tourism —... September 25, 2023 Bookmark Woman’s body found in alligator’s jaws September 25, 2023 Bookmark Africa Women’s Handball: Nigeria beat Angola 28-24 to... September 25, 2023 Bookmark NBTE calls for mandatory skill acquisition in secondary... September 25, 2023 Bookmark Blackout: Kebbi seeks patience of residents September 25, 2023 Bookmark Baba’s logorrhoea, By Wole Olaoye September 25, 2023 Bookmark Tinubu directs security agencies to rescue remaining female... September 25, 2023 Bookmark ANALYSIS: Poor Power Supply, Grid Collapse: Tasks ahead... September 25, 2023 Bookmark How Nigeria’s courts became “The lost hope of... September 25, 2023 Bookmark Reps seek to use “alternative schooling” to reduce... September 25, 2023Leave a Comment Cancel ReplySave my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.