The Supreme Court affirmed Musa Wada as a candidate for the Democratic Peoples Party (PDP) in the 2019 elections in Kogi state.
A five-man Supreme Court panel, led by Nigeria's chief judge, Judge Tanko Mohammed dismissed Abubakar Ibrahim's appeal, contesting Wada's candidacy.
In a unanimous sentence handed down by Judge Amina Augie, the summit affirmed Wada's candidacy, claiming that Ibrahim sadly failed to prove the allegation of illegal illegal printing of 600 ballot papers.
The court also held that, in addition to not proving his case, Ibrahim's appeal lacks merit and has become a mere academic exercise designed to waste the court's time.
Reacting, Wada's lawyer, Jibrin Okutepa, applauded the court's verdict.
He, however, promised to continue the process by contesting Yahaya Bello's victory as governor of Kogi State.