Federal High Court Dismisses Case Seeking To Stop 2023 General Elections
On Wednesday, February 15th, a Federal High Court in Abuja dismissed a case that sought to halt the general election due to the exclusion of Nigerians in diaspora from voting.
On Wednesday, the presiding judge, Inyang Ekwo, ruled that the lawsuit lacked merit.
The judge also ruled that the country’s laws do not guarantee Nigerians living abroad the right to vote in elections.
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“The court does not pass legislation. The court ruled that it cannot also expand the law to accommodate an issue before it, regardless of how sympathetic or humanitarian the cause or situation may be.
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