Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Breaking: Court reinstates Hon. Aluzu and Hon. Ubokulo

Hon. Aluzu Ebikebuna Augustine and Hon. Ubokolo Victor remains members of the LAWSAN House of Assembly

Hon. Aluzu and Hon. Ubokulo

This is coming after the LAWSAN High Court gave it's judgement in the case filed before it by the honourable members who seeked justice in the judiciary.

The LAWSAN High Court, through His Lordship, Justice Nsinyene Charles today 15/6/2016 in the LAWSAN High Court, Holden at the Moot Court complex declared the action of the Speaker in declaring the seat of Hon. Aluzu Ebikebuna Augustine and Hon. Ubokolo Victor null and void and of no effect whatsoever. He maintained that the purported removal and declaration of the Speaker was unconstitutional and ordered that the Senators remain members of the LAWSAN House.

Reacting to the judgement, one of the counsel to the plaintiff, Uchewaji Aganin Esq who stood in for the lead counsel, Mr. Dignity Ekop SAL who was unavoidably absent from court hailed the judgement of the court describing it as a perfect remedy for the unlawful actions of the 1st and 2nd defendants.

Our correspondent who spoke on phone with the lead counsel reported that the most sought after Senior Advocate of Lawsan while reacting to the judgement quoted the words of Anatole France that "The law, in its majestic egalitarianism, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, to steal bread, and to suffer injustice". He saluted the courage of the court for standing up to her sublime and pristine duty of protecting the right of Lawsanites.

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