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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 hearin

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But a seven -man panel of the court led by the Chief Justice of Nigeria , Justice Tanko Muhammad , however , further adjourned the application till Tuesday , following a request by Ihedioha ’s lawyer , Chief Kanu Agabi ( SAN ) .
Agabi said , “The matter was adjourned till today for hearing . But incidentally , we were served a process by the respondents in court this morning , which we must look at in order to respond .
“If it is convenient for you, my lords , permit us to come back tomorrow ( Tuesday ) so that we can look at the issues that may arise .”
Responding , Uzodinma ’s lawyer , Damien Dodo ( SAN ) , said applicants were served Monday morning because they only filed and served their papers last Friday .
Dodo said save Agabi ’s request , he was ready to proceed .
The Independent National Electoral Commission ’s lawyer , Taminu Inuwa ( SAN ) , too said he was ready to proceed with the hearing .
But the panel decided to adjourn the hearing till Tuesday .
Members of the panel were the Chief Justice of Nigeria , Justice Tanko Muhammad , and Justices Sylvester Ngwuta , Olukayode Ariwoola , Kudirat Kekere -Ekun , Amina Augie , and Uwani Abba- Aj

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COVID-19: Nigerian govt gives update on resumption of international flights




Nigeria’s Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, has said the federal government is not in a hurry to announce the resumption of international flights.

Sirika stated this while speaking during the daily briefing of the Presidential Task Force on COVID-19 yesterday.

The Minister made it clear that any decision taken would be in the interest of Nigerians.

He pointed out that several countries have not opened up for international flight operations and that Nigeria has not received clearance to fly to countries who are already receiving foreign visitors.

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“Everyone is trying to keep safe. These and many other reasons will make us be cautious and study some more and liaise with stakeholders to decide when we will open international flights.

“Within the sector, we want to reopen because we are bleeding and losing money but we have to remain alive first before we make money. Whatever decision we take has to be in the interest of humanity in general,” Sirika said.

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He also added that the World Health Organisation, the Economic Community of West Africa States (ECOWAS) and other aviation stakeholders would be consulted, before any announcement is made.

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COVID-19: Osun eases total lockdown in four LGs




Osun State Government, on Monday, eased the total lockdown imposed on four Local Government Areas last week to curb community transmission of the coronavirus.

The affected Local Government areas: Ilesha East, Ilesha West, Atakumosa East and Atakumosa West were placed on a 7-day lockdown that was scheduled to elapse on Monday, DAILY POST reports.

In a statement signed by the Secretary to the State Government, Prince Wole Oyebamiji, on Monday evening, the State Government appreciated the people of Ijeshaland for the level of compliance to the lockdown directive.

According to the SSG, the state government approved the conditional ease of lockdown based on undertakings and assurance received from traditional and religious leaders as well as civil society groups within the axis, that compliance with safety guidelines shall strictly be adhered to.

Enforcement of safety protocols, especially the use of nose masks in public places must be continued in the axis, and non-adherents will be sanctioned, the government warned.

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Oyebamiji added that, “Although there were reports of breaches and violations, a commendable percentage showed responsibility through their compliance.

“The State Government also appreciates the efforts of the Joint Task Force that oversaw the enforcement of the week-long lockdown, as well as the services of healthcare workers and media professionals.

“It is imperative to note that the condition that necessitated the precision lockdown – community transmission – is still active in the areas.

“However, based on undertakings and assurance received from traditional and religious leaders as well as civil society groups within the axis, that compliance with safety guidelines shall be strictly adhered to going forward; the State Government has approved a CONDITIONAL EASE of lockdown in the four local government areas with effect from the midnight of Monday 13th July 2020.

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“The State Government wishes to reiterate that any form of breakdown in adherence to the safety protocols against COVID-19 in the four local government areas, shall force the government to reimpose the lockdown.

“The State Government under the leadership of Governor Adegboyega Oyetola will do everything necessary to protect the lives and properties of citizens from actual and potential dangers.

“Citizens are therefore warned against actions that sabotage the efforts of the government, by adhering to the safety protocols and directives of the State Government in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.

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“The State Government seizes this opportunity to remind Osun citizens to wash their hands regularly, use alcohol-based sanitizer, wear face mask and maintain social distance.”

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