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Court throws out Senator Aidoko’s suit in Kogi senatorial tussle

Efforts by the embattled senator representing Kogi East Senatorial District at the National Assembly, Senator Attai Idoko, to retain his seat on Thursday, suffered a setback as a Federal High Court in Abuja struck out his suit seeking to reopen the case decided against him up to the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court turns down 14 pre-election cases

The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused to hear about 14 pre-election appeals on the grounds that they were caught by the amendment to Section 285 of the constitution, which took effect from June 7 last year.
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Kogi PDP youths urge Sartaki to swear in Isaac Alfa

A Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) youths’ organisation in Kogi State under the auspices of Kogi Defenders of Democracy has called on the Senate President Bukola Saraki to swear in now Air Marshall Isaac Alfa (rtd) as the Senator representing Kogi East at the National Assembly or the PDP would lose all elective positions in the forthcoming general election in the state.

Jailed Senator Dariye still receiving salaries and allowances in prison

Six months after his conviction by a Federal Capital Territory High Court, Senator Joshua Dariye, is still receiving the N750, 000 salary and N13.5m monthly running cost from the National Assembly, according to reports.

Kogi East: Wait for Supreme court judgment – Atai Aidoko tells Isaac Alfa

The senator representing Kogi East Senatorial District, Atai Aidoko, has advised Ex-Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Isaac Alfa (rtd) to wait for the outcome of the Supreme Court judgment before accusing the leadership of the Senate of being biased against him.

Court clears police to detain ex-lawmaker, 15 others for alleged possession of human parts

A Lokoja Senior Magistrates’ Court, Kogi, on Tuesday granted the police order to detain ex-lawmaker, Alhaji Abdulahi Ibrahim, and 15 other suspects being investigated for alleged possession of human parts.

Senate moves to reject court judgment on Senator Aidoko

There are strong indications that the Senate upon resumption tomorrow (Tuesday) from a 3-week recess, may reject the court judgment on the Kogi East senatorial seat presently occupied by Senator Attai Aidoko Ali.

Court sacks Kogi Senator Atai Aidoko

A Federal High Court in Abuja has ordered the immediate sack of a senator, Atai Aidoko, as the member representing Kogi East.

Judgment that made Aidoko Attai senator no longer valid – Appeal Court

The Abuja Division of the Court of Appeal has said that its December 14, 2016 judgment which made Aidoko Attai the senator representing Kogi East Senatorial District in the National Assembly is no longer valid.

Appeal Court declares Kogi East senatorial seat vacant

The Court of Appeal in Abuja on Monday declared the seat for the Kogi East senatorial district vacant.

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