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Yahaya Bello’s Banishment of Traditional Ruler Declared Unconstitutional By Court – Gadzama, SAN Leads Appeal Team to Set Aside Deposition - UTWEETS
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Yahaya Bello’s Banishment of Traditional Ruler Declared Unconstitutional By Court – Gadzama, SAN Leads Appeal Team to Set Aside Deposition

A Kogi State High Court sitting in Lokoja has declared the provision of Section 13(1) of Kogi State Chiefs Law, which empowers the Governor of Kogi State to banish a Traditional Ruler, as unconstitutional, null and void, to the extent of its inconsistency with the Nigerian Constitution...READ THE FULL STORY HERE▶▶▶

The Court further declared that the banishment of HRH Dr. Samuel Adai Onimisi (the Obobanyi of Ihima) from Kogi State by Alhaji Yahaha Bello, acting in his capacity as the then Governor of Kogi State, was illegal, unconstitutional, null, void and of no effect whatsoever.

Dissatisfied, nonetheless, with the Court’s decline to set aside his deposition, the First Class Traditional Ruler has instructed Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama, SAN to lead a team of lawyers on Appeal against the Court’s decline.

Chief Gadzama, SAN, who is set to lead the Legal Team at the Court of Appeal, has proactively filed a Notice of Appeal and a Motion for Stay of Execution as well as Injunction Pending Appeal; particularly to challenge the Order of Court refusing to set aside the deposition of HRH Dr. Samuel Adai Onimisi . Also The Full Video of The Article Is Here, Just Click For You To Look At

The Distinguished Learned Silk has swiftly ensured that the Notice of Appeal and the Motion for Stay of Execution, which were filed on Friday, July 5, 2024, have been duly served on the Office of the Executive Governor of Kogi State as well as the Attorney General of Kogi State. The said Notice of Appeal and the Motion were served on the same date they were filed…For More, CONTINUE THE FULL READING.:.

Source: barristerng.com

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