The 'D-day', is finally here and the Federal High Court will make a decision that will help set things right for the political system, in Imo State.
As a matter of fact, many are counting on the court, as the last hope of the common man, to give a solid decision, that would make Imolites celebrate.
Mr. Okereke Kingdom, has played a huge role by praying to the Court, to upturn the Governorship of Hope Uzodinma, as he is not an elected Governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), going by the Supreme Court's judgement, that reinstated Uche Nwosu, as the legitimate APC Governorship candidate, in Imo State.
Mr. Kingdom, also prays the Court to return the Certificate of Return to Hon. Emeka Ihedioha, as the Supreme Court-declared APC Governorship candidate, Uche Nwosu, was disqualified on the grounds of dual candidacy.
Imolites can only pray and hope that the Court does the right thing and let's Justice prevail.
God bless Imo State!
Dear friends, what's your view on this current issue of discussion?
Does the Federal High Court, have the powers to make such a decision?
Please, your input is indeed paramount!
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