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Andy Uba ‘Supreme Court didn’t remove me from office,’ Senator says

Uba, who represents the Anambra South Senatorial District, said further that the rumours were being spread by his political opponents.

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Senator Andy Uba has denied widespread reports that he has been removed from the Senate by the Supreme Court.

Uba, who represents the Anambra South Senatorial District, said further that the rumours were being spread by his political opponents.

He made the comments via a statement released in response. It reads:

“The wrong and false interpretation being given to the verdict of the apex court was a calculated mischief planned by certain politicians in Anambra state who are simply interested in confusing issues.”

“They are just raising a false alarm. National assembly election matters do not get to the Supreme Court. The court of appeal is the terminal point. Also, there are no pre-election issue concerning my candidacy.

“Those who think they can get through the back door what our party members and the electorate did not give them are the ones giving this wrong interpretation to the verdicts delivered today.”

“I have directed my lawyers to engage the Supreme Court so as to clear this mischievous information being peddled by some politicians.”

Earlier reports had it that Uba had been sacked from office along with fellow Anambra representative, Stella Oduah.

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