Supreme Court: Imo Christian leaders reject judgement in favour of Uzodinma

Supreme Court: Imo Christian leaders reject judgement in favour of Uzodinma

- Christian leaders in Imo do not believe that Hope Uzodinma is the actual winner of the governorship election in the state

- The leaders want the Supreme Court to study its decision again so as to save democracy

- The clergymen say they do not hate Uzodinma, but are worried about the process that brought him to power

The facts before the people of Imo shows that Hope Uzodinma did not win the governorship election of March 9, as declared by the Supreme Court, Christian leaders in the state have declared.

The religious leaders said, on Wednesday, January 22, that they do not believe that Uzodinma won the election. They thus asked the Supreme Court to review the ruling.

Speaking for the leaders, Rt Rev Chidi Oparaojiaku, an Anglican bishop, said the group was shocked that the topmost court went contrary to the evidence on ground.

Bishop Oparaojiaku described the judgement as a bad precedence by the court and the court must immediately work to maintain a positive image and ensure democracy is not put in danger.

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He said the Christian leaders do not hate Uzodinma, but that the process that brought him to the seat of power is questionable. had reported how Austine Umahi, the southeast zonal vice chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), vowed that the judges who ruled in favour of Uzodinma will not know peace.

The politician Umahi spoke at the PDP protest in Abakaliki, capital of Ebonyi state, over the judgement.

He stressed that the judiciary had since the judgement lost the respect it used to command in the past from the masses. ( - We have upgraded to serve you better.

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