Bayelsa guber: We can’t denigrate Supreme Court because of you – Adegboruwa tells Lyon


Lagos-based senior lawyer, Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, SAN, has reacted to the Supreme Courtroom judgement that upheld the sack of former All Progressives Congress, APC governor-elect in Bayelsa State, David Lyon.

Following his sack a day to the swearing-in ceremony, Lyon and his occasion, the APC, had returned to the apex courtroom, asking the courtroom to reverse its earlier ruling.

However the courtroom described the request by the APC to overview its judgment voiding the participation of its candidate within the Bayelsa governorship election as vexatious, frivolous and an abuse of the courtroom.

It additionally slammed N60m effective towards Afe Babalola, Olanipekun.

Reacting to the courtroom’s choice in a press release he signed and made obtainable to DAILY POST on Wednesday, Adegboruwa mentioned, “Bravo to the Supreme Courtroom.

“Curiosity Rei Publicae Res Jidicatas Non Rescindi (It’s within the curiosity of the State that issues determined should not rescinded).

“Let all candidates and their events anticipate the following election. We can’t due to a 4 yr political tenure denigrate essentially the most sacred establishment of democracy.

“I hail the Justices of the Supreme Courtroom for his or her braveness and sagacity, which needs to be replicated in all different frivolous purposes nonetheless pending for overview.

“Sufficient is sufficient! The Courtroom will rise!”

Chukwuma Amaechi
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