Due to the suit filed by the governorship candidate of the Movement for Restoration and Defence for Democracy (MRDD), Mustafa Shaba, supplementary elections held in other state last week Saturday, did not hold in Adamawa State.
Court have now vacated the order stopping INEC from holding supplementary election in Adamawa.
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An Adamawa State High Court has vacated an order preventing the governorship supplementary election from taking place in the state.
The court vacated the order on Tuesday, following the inability of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to conduct the poll in 44 polling units in the state.
While the exercise held in other states on Saturday last week, the governorship supplementary election failed to hold in Adamawa as a result of a suit filed against INEC by the governorship candidate of the Movement for Restoration and Defence for Democracy (MRDD), Mustafa Shaba.
Now that the order stopping INEC from conducting supplementary election in Adamawa State has been vacated, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) will begin the process of conducting supplementary election in the State.