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INEC Says No Court Can Stop It From Conducting Election

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The Independent National Electoral Commission says the law does not empower courts to stop the commission from conducting elections.



The Adamawa Resident Electoral Commissioner, Barrister Kassim Gaidam, says section 87 sub section 10 of the Electoral Act notes that courts lack the power to stop INEC from holding primaries or general elections The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has stated that no court has the power to restrain the commission from conducting the governorship supplementary election in Adamawa state scheduled to hold on March 23. The Adamawa Resident Electoral Commissioner, Barrister Kassim Gaidam, said the law does not empower courts to stop it from carrying out its election duty, Daily Trust reports.



He made the statement on Thursday, March 14, when reacting to a court judgment by Justice Abdulazeez Waziri ordering INEC to desist from conducting the election in 44 polling units where election was cancelled during the governorship election held on 9th March.



“Though we are not aware of any court restricting INEC, however let me tell you that court order will not stop any election,” Gaidam said. Citing Section 87 sub (10), of the Electoral Act, the INEC official said: "Nothing in this section shall empower the courts to stop the holding of primaries or general election or the processes thereof under this Act pending the determination of a suit.”


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Yes they are right

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You are right ok

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what if i create my own chamber and stop u all,but it is for good ooo

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INEC vs Court, let see what happens

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Beautiful.

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Please we want peace in our country

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Well still they have their saying

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Conduct It Jare

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[ @lisamelz: ] The Independent National Electoral Commission says the law does not empower courts to stop the commission from conducting elections.



The Adamawa Resident Electoral Commissioner, Barrister Kassim Gaidam, says section 87 sub section 10 of the Electoral Act notes that courts lack the power to stop INEC from holding primaries or general elections The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has stated that no court has the power to restrain the commission from conducting the governorship supplementary election in Adamawa state scheduled to hold on March 23. The Adamawa Resident Electoral Commissioner, Barrister Kassim Gaidam, said the law does not empower courts to stop it from carrying out its election duty, Daily Trust reports.



He made the statement on Thursday, March 14, when reacting to a court judgment by Justice Abdulazeez Waziri ordering INEC to desist from conducting the election in 44 polling units where election was cancelled during the governorship election held on 9th March.



“Though we are not aware of any court restricting INEC, however let me tell you that court order will not stop any election,” Gaidam said. Citing Section 87 sub (10), of the Electoral Act, the INEC official said: "Nothing in this section shall empower the courts to stop the holding of primaries or general election or the processes thereof under this Act pending the determination of a suit.”

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That is for sure

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The election need to be conducted for peace to reign in our country

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We need peace in d country

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I agree with them

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all we need is peace

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That is good

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If there is a case against INEC the court can stop them

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Of course, being an independent entity, there is a grant license by virtue of such identity to act as expected.

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Is that so i doubt sha.

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That is very awesome bro

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Stand by the simple

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Court did not assigned the decline of the re-election,so why all this strategies?

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[ @lisamelz: ] The Independent National Electoral Commission says the law does not empower courts to stop the commission from conducting elections.



The Adamawa Resident Electoral Commissioner, Barrister Kassim Gaidam, says section 87 sub section 10 of the Electoral Act notes that courts lack the power to stop INEC from holding primaries or general elections The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has stated that no court has the power to restrain the commission from conducting the governorship supplementary election in Adamawa state scheduled to hold on March 23. The Adamawa Resident Electoral Commissioner, Barrister Kassim Gaidam, said the law does not empower courts to stop it from carrying out its election duty, Daily Trust reports.



He made the statement on Thursday, March 14, when reacting to a court judgment by Justice Abdulazeez Waziri ordering INEC to desist from conducting the election in 44 polling units where election was cancelled during the governorship election held on 9th March.



“Though we are not aware of any court restricting INEC, however let me tell you that court order will not stop any election,” Gaidam said. Citing Section 87 sub (10), of the Electoral Act, the INEC official said: "Nothing in this section shall empower the courts to stop the holding of primaries or general election or the processes thereof under this Act pending the determination of a suit.”


will it be free and fair

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You still dey get mouth abi

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Power tussle. We'll see where this goes.

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Conducting the election is not the major problem but the manner. Which it is conducted.

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This left for the court and the inec

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Let what the constition states prevail. Selfish interest should not be allowed to set in. Inec duty is to conduct election but not to interpret the law.

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That's good INEC in good motion

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already noted now

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