The Court of Appeal sitting in Abuja has ruled that the recall process, initiated by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, to recall Dino Melaye, a senator representing Kogi West, be restarted.
The process was initially paused when Mr Melaye filed an appeal against a Federal High Court ordering the recall to go on.
In a unanimous decision on Friday, the court dismissed the appeal filed by Mr Melaye against the judgment of the Federal High Court delivered last year.
The appellate struck out the suit filed at the court on the ground that there was no cause of action and the federal high that initially adjudicated the case lacked jurisdiction and ought not to have entertained the case in the first place.
However, INEC is yet to issue a statement relating to the date the recall will be reinstated in view of today’s judgment.