The Appeal Court has upheld the election victory of Ibe Okwara, a member of the House of Representatives representing the Labour Party (LP). This decision marks a significant overturning of the previous judgment by the tribunal.
In a resounding verdict, the Appeal Court reaffirmed Okwara’s legitimate claim to his seat in the House of Representatives, putting an end to the uncertainty surrounding his election.
This outcome is a testament to the resilience of the democratic process and the importance of the judicial system in upholding the will of the people. Okwara’s constituents can now have confidence that their chosen representative will continue to serve them in the national legislature.