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Jude Okeke leadership of the All Progressives Grand Alliance, APGA, has expressed hope of winning its case to upturn the Justice Okaa judgment before the Court of Appeal, Awka Division.

Counsel to Okeke, who withdrew their motion seeking leave to appeal as an interested person, spoke after the session and said the withdrawal of his earlier motion and immediately filing a fresh one within time was to ensure that the respondents do not ambush his client on mere technical grounds.

The appellant’s lawyer, Tony Ani (SAN) said Okeke was confident of sustaining the victory already recorded in the Kano Court of Appeal and urged all APGA faithful to remain focused on the task ahead which is a grassroots mobilization to ensure the party wins the election by a landslide margin.

The senior advocate maintained that what happened was in no way victory for the respondents, as his client was still within time to file and had also refiled immediately.

The court will hear the appeal and deliver a judgment affirming Okeke as the acting national chairman of APGA.


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