Anambra PDP crisis: Supreme Court declines review of verdict

TVC E, POLITICS - The controversy surrounding the Supreme Court judgment on the Anambra leadership tussle of the People's Democratic Party has now been laid to rest. The court says it lacks the jurisdiction to review the judgement it delivered on the leadership crisis rocking the Anambra State chapter of the PDP. Nigeria's apex court insists the January twenty ninth judgement was clear and unambiguous Delivering ruling in an application filed by the Independent National Electoral Commission, seeking a review of its January judgement, the apex court held that the judgment did not need to be subjected to a further clarification. In a unanimous ruling delivered by Justice John Okoro, the Supreme court held that what was brought before it was the issue of leadership in Anambra PDP as at 2012 and not on the implications of elections thereafter. The apex court further held that the dispute on whether or not the certificate of return should...

Anambra state Youth protest over Metuh’s detention

Anambra state Youths staged a peaceful protest today to demand the immediate release of PDP National Spokesperson Olisa Metuh who was arrested on January 5th for receiving a questionable N400 million from embattled former NSA Sambo Dasuki. The Anambra State Youth are angry on the continous arrest of their man Olisa Metu and that was why they took to the street to protest and buy the conscience of the government....