APGA chairman, Victor Oye was not Removed by Supreme Court.
…As Supreme Court maintains that matter is NOT Justiciable
Ikechukwu Emeka Onyia
10 May 2022
Justice Mary Odili while delivering the judgement being misinterpreted by opposition parties, stated that whether Mr Njoku or not is the acting Chairman of APGA is within the internal affairs of APGA. She said…
“Is within the confines of the internal affairs of the 1st respondent(APGA) which is NOT JUSTICIABLE.”
So Chief Njoku and co cannot claim that Oye has been removed from a matter the Supreme Court stated that is not JUSTICIABLE!
Let’s look at Justiciability and non Justiciability in law from different interpretations or views:
(a) Justiciability refers to the types of matters that a court can adjudicate. If a case is “nonjusticiable,” then the court cannot hear it.
(b) Definition of nonjusticiable
: not justiciable : not capable of being decided by legal principles or by a court of justice
The judiciary has refused to adjudicate claims challenging executive action as violative of the resolution, most recently holding that a challenge by over a hundred congressmen to the armed presence in the Persian Gulf was nonjusticiable.
— Jules Lobel
(c) Justiciability concerns the limits upon legal issues over which a court can exercise its judicial authority. It includes, but is not limited to, the legal concept of standing, which is used to determine if the party bringing the suit is a party appropriate to establishing whether an actual adversarial issue exists. Essentially, justiciability seeks to address whether a court possesses the ability to provide adequate resolution of the dispute; where a court believes that it cannot offer such a final determination, the matter is not justiciable.
It is instructive to note that all the reliefs sought from the Supreme court on this matter, not even one was granted as the Court maintained that the matter is NOT Justiciable.
So, those Misinterpreters that claimed that APGA National Chairman, Chief Victor Oye has been removed by Supreme Court are mere entertainers and should not be taken serious as they attempt to mislead the general public.
-Ikechukwu Emeka Onyia
Nise, Anambra State