Supreme Court sitting in Abuja has dismissed an appeal by a Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Rivers State, IGO AGUMA against the judgment of appeal court sitting in Abuja in favour of APC.
IGO AGUMA had open the judgment of Appeal in Abuja which removed him as the Caretaker Committee Chairman of APC and declared ISAAC ABBOT-OGBOBULA as the party CTC Chairman in the state approached the Supreme Court.
The five Man Panel of the Supreme led by Justice, AMINA ADAMU-AUGIE in a unanimous judgment granted the objection raised by the respondents Counsel, TUDURU EDEH SAN and dismissed the grands of claimant counsel, EMEKA ETIABA.
The judgment read out by ADAMU-AUGIE held that the issue of party affairs is the business of the party and should be handled by the party internally and not court and thereby dismissed the appeal by AGUMA.
On the appeal brought by the All Progressives Congress against the Judgment in favour of one DELE MOSES and nine others where it was ruled that only those who bought form for congress in 2018 should be the ones to participate in the Congress, the Supreme Court ruled against that judgment for lack of Jurisdiction and held that the matter is an internal party affairs.
On the appeal against victory of VICTOR GIADOM in a judgment by appeal in Abuja, the five Man panel ruled that the case has become mare academic exercise and thereby dismissed the appeal.
Speaking to our correspondent on the Judgment, one of the Counsel representing APC, CHIMENEM JEROME gave details of the judgment that was delivered at the court.