IMO PROTESTS: PROOF OF SUPREME COURT INJUSTICE.
Thousands of protesters thronged the streets of Owerri, the Imo State capital on Sunday, 19th January, 2020, to peacefully send warning signals against the injustice Chief Emeka Ihedioha experienced, who was removed from office as governor of the state by the Supreme Court of Nigeria.
The protest which comprised of stakeholders from several political inclinations further proves that the removal of Chief Emeka Ihedioha was a result of sheer injustice and unprecedented corruption in the side of the nation's apex judicial body, poorly steered by Justice Tanko Mohammed who only has a degree in Sharia Law.
If the previous 4th position contender and now the recently acclaimed winner of the Imo Gubernatorial election, Senator Hope Uzodinma, was lawfully elected by the Imo people, such a protest would not have taken place.
The protest weightily supports other dearth of evidence that Sen. Hope Uzodimma is not the lawfully elected Governor of Imo State.
The Imolites were robbed of their of their franchise and rights.
Indeed, the unlawful replacement of Chief Emeka Ihedioha of the People's Democratic Party, PDP with Sen. Hope Uzodinma of the All Progressives Congress, APC is totally undemocratic. If justice is not restored, more violent activities might emanate from Supreme Court unjustified rulings on election matters.
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