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Court nullifies impeachment of Imo Deputy Governor

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A High Court sitting in Owerri, the Imo State capital has nullified the impeachment of the Deputy Governor of the state, Eze Madumere, by lawmakers.

The court’s nullification is on the ground that Mr Madumere’s impeachment did not follow due process, therefore making it illegal.

The presiding judge, Justice Benjamin Iheka, insisted that he (Madumere) remains the Deputy Governor of the state.

Mr Madumere was impeached on July 30, 2018, by 19 pit of the 27-member-assembly on allegations of absence without reasons for a period of three months and a failure to perform constitutional duties like attending state executive and state security council meetings.

Others included his alleged failure to attend meetings with the governor and other government functionaries as well as an alleged concealment of felonious acts in the United States.

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