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The Supreme Court , again , on Monday , adjourned till Tuesday the hearing of the application seeking the review of its judgment which upturned the outcome of the last governorship election in Imo State .
The Peoples Democratic Party’ s Emeka Ihedioha is by his application filed on February 5 , 2020 , seeking the review of the apex court’s February 13 , 2020 judgment which removed him from office after about seven months of being inaugurated as the Imo State governor .
The apex court , in the disputed verdict which Ihedioha alleged was obtained by fraud, installed the All Progressives Congress ’ Hope Uzodinma , as Ihedioha ’ s replacement .
The judgment review application was on February 18 adjourned till Monday for hearing .

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Minister of Environment, Muhammad Mahmood, revealed this on Monday while speaking at the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19.

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