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According to a public affairs analyst, Simon Edeh, the judgement of the National Assembly Election Petitions Tribunal sacking the member representing Enugu East/ Isi-Uzo federal constituency, Prof. Paul Nnamchi is appealable and not final.

Edeh said Nnamchi’s sack was on non qualification to contest election based on alleged failure to resign his employment with a federal university contrary to section 66(f) of the constitution of Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 as amended.
Although, non compliance with section 66(f) of the CFRN is enough disqualifying factor, but Nnamchi as i was reliably informed duly resigned from his employment and attached evidence of same to his qualifying documents, therefore the restoration of his mandate is guaranteed.


Prof. Nnamchi who defeated Prince Cornelius Nnaji with over 13000 votes to emerge the winner in the keenly contested election, is outstanding in performance indices within three months in office.

“However, I’m surprised that those celebrating Prof Nnamchi’ sack by the Tribunal for not resigning his employment, are the same people saying that submission of forged certificate to INEC by Peter Mbah in violation of section 182(j) is not a disqualifying factor.”

“No wonder the PDP media hirelings and acolytes deliberately refused to state the reason of non qualification as indicated in the tribunal judgement.”

Could it be selective or prejudiced amnesia?”

Let Justice Prevail.

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