According to Infostride News, many elected members of the party in Edo, Abia, and other states had their elections voided by the tribunal due to discrepancies in their party membership and their method of nomination.
Courts do not have the authority to rule on party internal matters, such as the nomination of candidates or membership. Only within a political party can members be selected and a candidate for office be chosen.
“Though the tribunal is not the final court, we frown at the recklessness of our judicial officers in entering a judgement that looks suspicious,” the authors write.
As the ruling party aggressively pursues a one-party system, the opposition Labour Party must be pushed to open more political space. Abure continued, “And pushing the party under a moving trailer isn’t going to help anyone.
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