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By Celestine Omehia

This publication, with the fascinating identify, A correct to be fallacious, by means of Celestine Omehia, a lawyer/politician, is set the ultimate courtroom determination in Amaechi v. self sufficient nationwide Electoral fee (INEC) [2007] 18 NWLR (Pt 1065) one zero five. the choice needs to move down in heritage as probably the most notable judgements ever passed down through a court docket of legislation in a democratic polity based at the rule of legislation. the choice is fantastic since it makes a mockery of the lofty ideas and beliefs of democracy, constitutionalism and justice which it professes to confirm, uphold and apply.

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