Appeal Court confirms Ezeokenwa legitimate National Chairman of APGA

Barr. Sly Ezeokenwa, – “Confirmed and legitimate National Chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA)” – NDUKA ANYANWU

Based on the context

a. The Appeal Court upheld the earlier judgment of the High Court, affirming Bar Sly Ezeokenwa as the authentic APGA National!Chairman.

b. The court ruling dismissed the appeals filed by opposing factions, solidifying Bar Sly’s position.

c. The judgment validates Bar Sly’s leadership and empowers him to steer the party’s affairs without further legal challenges.

d. This outcome settles the prolonged leadership tussle within APGA, paving the way for the party’s growth and unity.

e. Bar Sly Ezeokenwa’s victory serves as a testament to his resilience and dedication to the party’s ideals.

For those conveying obliviousness of the said Appeal Court judgments, kindly note as summarized:

1. The March 2019 convention in Owerri, not recognized by INEC, was illegitimate, while the legitimate convention in Awka re-elected Victor Oye as National Chairman.

2. Jude Okeke’s attempt to declare himself National Chairman through a Jigawa State court was set aside by the Appeal Court in Kano due to lack of jurisdiction.

3. The Appeal Court in Abuja and High Court in Awka haven consistently affirmed Victor Oye’s chairmanship.

4. The Supreme Court upheld the Appeal Court’s decision, stating that the matter is an internal party affair and not justiciable.

5. Edozie Njoku’s attempts to enforce the Supreme Court judgment, which did not
declare him National Chairman, have been dismissed.

6. The FCT High Court erroneously interpreted the Supreme Court judgment, restoring the parties to their pre-litigation status, which was Victor Oye’s legitimate chairmanship.

7. The Appeal Court Abuja Division upheld this decision, without declaring Edozie Njoku National Chairman.

8. Barr. Sly Ezeokenwa is now the recognized APGA National Chairman, following Victor Oye’s tenure ending on May 31, 2023.

9. INEC’s recognition of Edozie Njoku as interim National Chairman was due to a threat of legal action, not a legitimate declaration.

10. The Supreme Court’s judgment did not order Edozie Njoku’s recognition as National Chairman, and his attempts to usurp the Constitution by elongating his
tenure must be stopped.” For emphasis: The Appeal Court Abuja Division on 28th June 2024 upheld the decision of the FCT High Court and still didn’t pronounce Edozie Njoku the National Chairman of APGA when Victor Oye approached it to challenge the decision of the FCT High Court on misinterpreting the Supreme Court judgment. Victor Oye’s tenure effectively ended on 31st May, 2023. At no point was Barr. Sly Ezeokenwa, the new APGA National Chairman or APGA as a political party joined in any of the suits.

    The Supreme Court, whose own judgment is sought to be interpreted, will state that its judgment was basically on setting aside the Jigawa State High Court Judgment on grounds of jurisdiction and didn’t go further to order Edozie Njoku recognition as APGA National Chairman. APGA, the emergence of a neo-political party for equity justices and fairness – profoundly known with the philosophy of hospitality, love and acceptance! “– BE YOUR BROTHERS’ KEEPER”

    Note: This brief article is written on behalf of Barrister Sly Ezeokenwa, the APGA National Chairman.

    Nduka Anyanwu, S.A. on Media to APGA National Chairman.

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