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Imo S’Court Judgement: U.S. Govt Kicks, Threatens To Sanction Nigerian Judges

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The international community has kicked against the recent Supreme Court judgement that saw the ouster of Rt. Hon. Emeka Ihedioha of the Peoples Democratic Party [PDP].

The tough stance is a fallout of the Imo State governorship election petition bizarre decision that voted seven out of seven against Hon. Ihedioha.

The seven-man panel of judges declared Senator Hope Uzodinma of the All Progressives Congress [APC], who came a distant fourth, winner of the election.Reacting, while delivering the Keynote address at the National Press Club in Washington DC., Constitutional Lawyer and former Associate Deputy U.S. Attorney General, Atty Bruce Fein, Esq, lambasted the Nigerian judiciary.

Also condemning the action of the Supreme Court was Bruce DelValle, Esquire, a Constitutional Litigator and Nigerian Legal Expert.

In the video, they said the United States has decided to get tough on the Supreme Court of Nigeria as an institution, as well as the judges in particular.

Watch the video below:

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