Preeminent Court excuses Alaibe’s suit against Diri on Bayelsa governorship political race

 

 

The court excused the case on Tuesday in light of the fact that it was a pre-political decision matter.

The Supreme Court has excused an intrigue documented by Timi Alaibe testing the rise of Douye Diri as champ of the Peoples Democratic Party’s governorship essential political decision in Bayelsa.

The court excused the case on Tuesday in light of the fact that it was a pre-political decision matter.

On March 10, Tijjani Ringim, a High Court judge, in his decision excused Alaibe’s suit for lacking legitimacy.

Disappointed with the judgment of the Federal High Court, Alaibe continued to the Court of Appeal.

On May 12, an Appeal Court sitting in Owerri certified the judgment of the lower court and excused the suit for lacking legitimacy.

Not fulfilled, Alaibe continued to the Supreme Court.

On February 13, Diri was articulated as Bayelsa State representative after the Supreme Court terminated David Lyon under 24 hours before his introduction as legislative head of the state.

Tuesday’s decision by the Supreme Court currently stops that pursuit by Alaibe

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