A Federal High Court in Gusau has again nullified the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship primary election in Zamfara State.
The presiding judge, Justice Aminu Bappa in his judgement on the matter said the PDP cannot fill a governorship candidate for the 2023 general election.
Earlier, the court had nullified the election of Dauda Lawan Dare based on the petition of Ibrahim Gusau who argued that the election of the PDP gubernatorial candidate was marred with irregularities.
Thus, the court ordered his party to conduct a fresh primary.
It was gathered that his party held another fresh primary which again produced Dare as the party’s candidate.
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