Court nullifies nomination of  Labour Party governorship candidate in Enugu

By Newslineglobal.con

Federal High Court sitting in Abuja on Wednesday, nullified the nomination of the Labour Party Chijioke Edeoga, as the governorship candidate  for the 2023 general Enugu.

Delivering judgment on the case filed  by Captain Evarest Nnaji aka, over his unlawful exclusion from the primary election of August 4, 2022, Justice Nkonye Evelyn Maha, ordered a repeat of another primary election within 14 days.

He said that the Labour Party failed to provide evidence of notice of the August 4 primary election which would have made all the Governorship aspirants of the party participate in the election.

Nnaji had gone to court to challenge the conduct of the gubernatorial primary election in Enugu state that excluded him.

He said that the party played a fast one on him through unlawful exclusion from the primary election, Evarest Nnaji, popularly referred to as Odengene, approached the Abuja court to determine if his exclusion was lawful or not.

Nnaji sued the Labour Party and the INEC, asking the court  to recognise him as the authentic governorship candidate of the LP in Enugu state for the 2023 election or a repeat of the primary election that will include the three aspirants that were already issued with INEC nomination forms before the one-man primary election that produced Edeoga.

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