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Dino Melaye Recall: Case now August, no longer September – Court

The Federal High Court Abuja, yesterday fixed August 7, to hear the suit that stopped the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, from going ahead with the process of Sen. Dino Melaye’s recall. The suit which was originally adjourned till September 29, will now be heard on August 7.

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