Supreme Court Adjourns Imo Governorship Case Till March 2

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The supreme court has adjourned it’s hearing on an application seeking a review of its judgment on the Imo governorship election to March 2.

Following a request Kanu Agabi, Emeka Ihedioha’s counsel, the supreme court had to adjourn the hearing initially fixed for Tuesday till March 2.

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After all the parties in the matter announced their appearances, Agabi asked the court to grant him a short adjournment of not more than seven days to enable him to file and receive all processes needed to prove his case.

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