Omoyele Sowore calls out the judiciary after court ruling on AAC suspension
Yesterday, the suspension of Omoyele Sowore as the National Chairman of the African Action Congress, AAC, and Malcom Fabiyi as the Deputy National Chairman was validated by a Federal High Court which sat in Abuja.
Reacting to the court ruling in a series of posts on Facebook, Sowore said, ‘a compromised judiciary is perhaps one of the greatest tragedies that could happen to a nation state. Anytime a legal decision doesn’t amount to justice, the sould of the nation is murdered’.
He also said, ‘as you all can see ALL the mainstream media outlets are happy that a compromised judicial pronouncement said our solid defence did not count because I was not the one personally deposed to an affidavit challenging the fraudulent attempt to steal @aacparty’.
I sent a page of my international passport to the judge, Justice Inyang Ekwo showing that I had left Nigeria on May 12 before the case was instituted on May 14th, the judge instead sent my passport to the Rivers State Election Petition Tribunal to assist @GovWike’s case.
The mainstream media never reported all the filings we made in court that essentially put a lie to all the fraudulent claims being used to steal @aacparty, they were mobilized to court today by Governor Nyesom Wike @govwike who couldn’t hide his interest.
A judge gave a ruling with no basis in law and the mainstream media are happy to rebroadcast same.