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Engr. Musa Wada vs GYB: Appeal Court Fix Date For Hearing

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Engr. Musa Wada vs GYB: Appeal Court Fix Date For Hearing 

The 2019 Kogi State governorship political race petition at the Court of Appeal to commence hearing On Monday, on 29th of June. The governorship political decision battle between Engineer Musa Attai Wada, the People Democratic Party (PDP) Candidate and Kogi Sate Governor, Yahaya Bello of All Progressive Congress (APC) is the major political theme in Kogi State and Nigeria on the loose.

A few people said that the political race was a back-and-forth, some said it was war against the majority while others said it was an assault of popular government because of its thuggish severity.

Kogi State is contains 21 nearby government territories which involves 239 wards and 2,548 poling units.

In the political race Engineer Musa Wada surveyed 189,709 votes while Governor Bello scored 406 votes and Engineer challenge the outcome of the election and seek for redress at the kogi State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal that there was over voting, voter's terrorizing, various bang printing, brutality and significantly more abnormalities in the election.

At the Election Petition Tribunal, the three man board of trustees, two maintained the appointment of Governor Yahaya Bello while one dispute the judgment that the political race is comprehensiveness and INEC ought to pull back the certificate of return from Governor Bello and direct a rerun election in seven local government areas of the state because of some discretionary misbehaviors in the seven nearby local government area which are; Ajaokuta, Kana/Bunu, Lokoja, Okene, Okehi, Adavi and Olamoboro. Also, he focused on further that 284, 612 voting form papers were utilized and 323,745 votes were casted. In the interim, 159,957 over thumb printing and 67, 297 anomalies were recorded.

Engr. Musa Wada couldn't help contradicting the judgment that asserted the appointment of Governor Bello and advanced for reasonable hearing as he is seeking after the best.
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