A Federal High Court sitting in Abuja has dismissed the case against the Election of Professor Charles Soludo as the Governor-Elect of Anambra State.
In a Judgment delivered by Justice Taiwo Taiwo, the dismissed Suit sought to nullify Soludo’s Election on the allegation that he presented false information to the Independent National Electoral Commission during registration.
The Plaintiffs, Adindu Valentine and Egwudike Chukwuebuka, had in their Suit alleged that Soludo lied in the Affidavit (Form EC9), which he submitted to INEC.
INEC, the All Progressives Grand Alliance, Soludo, and the Deputy Governor-Elect, Ibezim, were cited as Defendants in the Suit.
The Plaintiffs claimed that Soludo and his running mate had filled in different elective positions in their nomination forms.
The Parties claimed the Governor-elect stated that he was contesting the Aguata II Constituency seat, while the deputy Governor-elect stated that he was contending for the Awka II Constituency seat in the forms they submitted to INEC.