@csrf
Rhodes-Vivour

29.03.2023 Featured JUST IN: Rhodes-Vivour Gets Court Order to Inspect Election Materials

Published 29th Mar, 2023

By Sodeeq Atanda

Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour, the Lagos State Labour Party governorship candidate in the March 18 election, has got a court order to inspect the election materials used by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

Rhodes-Vivour posted the order signed by the court on his verified Twitter handle on Wednesday evening.

The court partly paper reads:

“An ORDER granting leave to the petitioners/appellants to move and for the tribunal to hear and determine the present application outside the pre-hearing session.

READ ALSO: JUST IN: Sanwo Olu Re-Elected as Lagos Governor

Court order permitting Rhodes-vigour to inspect election materials

“An ORDER directing the 3rd respondent by itself, agents, officers and/or privies to permit the petitioners/appellants acting through their agents, provies, experts and or counsel to inspect the originals of INEC forms EC8A, EC8A(1), EC8VP, EC8A(II), EC8B, EC8B(I), EC8B(II), EC8C, EC8C(I), EC8(II), EC8D, EC8D(II), EC84, EC40, EC50 and all other electoral forms and other relevant documents and to obtain from the 3rd respondent certfied true copies of same and all other electoral forms and other relevant documents in the custody of the 3rd respondent which were used and unused in the conduct of the governorship election held on the 18th of March, 2023.”

The document, dated March 29, 2023, shows that Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour and the Labour Party are the petitioner, while Babajide Sanwo-Olu, the Lagos State Governor; the All Progressives Congress (APC); and INEC are the respondents.

The governorship candidate had announced that he would challenge the outcome of the Lagos State governorship election in court.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Published 29th Mar, 2023

By Sodeeq Atanda

Advertisement

Our Stories

IKEDC

After FIJ’s Story, IKEDC Cancels N223,310 From Customer’s Strange Debt

Court Orders Lai Mohammed to Disclose Details of FG’s Agreement With X

A woman cooking with firewood Photo Credit: Olayide Soaga/FIJ

Desirable But Expensive: Nigeria’s Clean Energy Dilemma

After FIJ’s Intervention, GOTV Extends Subscriber’s Renewal Date

Fubara swears in caretaker committee on June 19

3 Rivers Caretaker Chairmen Appoint Over 500 Aides

Arik air

Lagos Man’s N326,000 Hangs Between Arik Air and First Bank

NCDC Administrative Headquarters

Members of Oyo State Post-Covid Surveillance Team Lament Unpaid Stipends

Police Officers

Policemen Break Into Man’s Apartment, Arrest Him and His 10-Year-Old Son on Estranged Wife’s Orders

A contract signpost beside Habaaz Petrol Filling Station Photo Credit: Sodeeq Atanda/FIJ.

Osun Road Repaired by FG in June Has Started Deteriorating

PalmPay

Customer Lost N2.8m Kept in His Account to Fraudsters — ‘Because PalmPay Agents Were Busy’

Advertisement