The Adekunle Rufai Omo-Aje led Action Alliance (AA) Party on Thursday submitted the Court of Appeal judgment affirming its candidates for the 2023 general elections to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for action.
The party, in a letter signed by its counsel, Oba Maduabuchi (SAN), urged INEC to make available toot its Pin to enable the party upload its candidates to the INEC portal,
While lamenting that despite the plethora of judgments, INEC had not provided the party with the pin to upload it’s candidates despite that the elections are fast approaching.
The letter titled ‘Re: Further Confirmation of Hon. Adekunle Rufai Omo-Aje as National Chairman of the Action Alliance (AA) Party by the Court of Appeal’ Submission of Court of Appeal Judgment Dated the 11th Day of November 22′ reads in parts, “I had on the 12th day of August, 2022 forwarded to you the judgment of the Court of Appeal, Abuja Division in which the Court of Appeal affirmed the expulsion/suspension of Barrister Kenneth Udeze from the party Action Alliance.
“On the 6th day of October, 2022, I forwarded another judgment of the Federal High Court Abeokuta delivered on the 8th day of September, 2022. The above judgment of the Federal High Court Abuja was appealed by the Kenneth Udeze faction of the Action Alliance in the appeal Action Alliance Vs. INEC 2 Ors appeal number CA/IB/378/2022. The Court of Appeal on 11th November, 2022 affirmed the expulsion of Kenneth Udeze. A copy of the judgment is enclosed.
“On the 4th day of November 2022, we had forwarded another judgment of the Federal High Court Abeokuta which had directed that INEC should allow the Omo-Aje executive to upload its candidates for the 2023 general elections. The letter is equally enclosed.
“Unfortunately, INEC has not given to us, it’s number to enable us upload our candidates for the 2023 elections on the INEC portal despite these plethora of judgments.
“May we again urge and ask that we be obliged with your pin to enable us upload our candidates. The elections are already upon us,” the SAN said.