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Bayelsa by-election: Dickson suffers huge blow as Supreme Court dismisses ex-governor’s appeals

The Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 9, struck out two appeals filed by former governor of Bayelsa state, Seriake Dickson and his party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

The Nation reports that the suit was seeking Dickson’s disqualification from contesting the concluded Bayelsa West senatorial district election.

Read more: PDP’s re-election campaign will be based on Diri’s success – Dickson

It was gathered that Dickson had won the bye-election, adding that the appeals were on the January 7 verdict of the Port Harcourt division of the Court of Appeal.

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