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Umahi and the defection judgement: Did the judge err?

By Guardian Exclusive
19 March 2022   |   11:45 am
Legal practitioners, Barr. Festus Ogun and Barr. Inigehe Effiong speaks to GuardianTV about the judgment delivered last week by the Federal High Court in Abuja sacking the Ebonyi State governor, Dave Umahi on his defection from the opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party to the ruling All Progressives Congress about a year ago.

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