In Imo State, the political scene has been really charged with the news of the RAP Party's gubernatorial aspirant for the 2019 election in Imo State, Okereke Kingdom and h taking his case to a Federal High Court in Abuja.
Several reactions, have trailed this decision as, the Federal High Court is set to give it's final verdict on Monday, the 20 of July.
Here Are 8 Things That May Happen After The Federal High Court's Decision:
1. Accusations Across The Different Parties:
The decision of the Federal High Court, may not go down well, with some parties in Imo State, hence, they may resort to throwing different accusations at each other.
2. There May Be More Law Suits:
It gies without saying that some parties, may not be impressed with the Federal High Court's decision, hence, they may go to Court to seek re-dress.
3. Party Members May Begin To Defect To The Ruling Party:
Based on the court decision, many other party members, may decide to cross-carpet to the ruling party, so as to enable the friends benefits of being a member of the ruling party, in Imo State.
These are some activities that may begin to take place in Imo State, right after the Federal High Court's decision, on Monday.
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