Court Quits Hearing on Eligibility Suits against Buhari

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The Abuja Division of the Federal High Court has terminated further hearing on two separate  suits that challenged the eligibility of Muhammadu Buhari to participate in the 2015 presidential election.

Justice‎ Ademola Adeniyi struck out the suits against Buhari’s eligibility after they were withdrawn by the plaintiffs through separate  notices of discontinuance they filed before the high court.Buhari's Eligibility

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The plaintiffs, Chukwunweike Okafor, and Mr. Max Ozoaka‎, through their respective lawyers, Chief Mike  Ozehkome, SAN, and Dr. Chike Amobi, told the court that they decided to withdraw the matter in order to allow the President-elect, Buhari, to effectively run the affairs of the nation without ‎distractio

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