A Federal High Court in Abuja has finally cleared the hurdles for the presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress APC, General Muhammadu Buhari to participate in the Saturday Presidential Polls.
The court has finally adjourned further hearing in the suit seeking to disqualify Buhari till April 22 and 23.
This adjournment has finally laid to rest the speculation that the court would be used to stop Buhari from taking part in the Saturday polls.
About four different plaintiffs have approached the court seeking to disqualify Buhari from participating in the presidential polls over alleged certificate forgery and perjury.
The trial judge, Justice Adeniyi Ademola at the resumed hearing Tuesday refused the joinder application brought by one pro-democracy activist, Ebunoluwa Adegoruwa and another lawyer, Chukwuma Ochu seeking to be joined in the matter.
Ruling on their application, the court held that none of the parties seeking to be joined had shown enough interest that could warrant their joinder.
The court described them as interlopers and busy bodies.
It was on that note that the court refused their application. READ MORE HERE