A Right to be Wrong

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AuthorHouse, Sep 19, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 288 pages
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This book, with the intriguing title, A Right to be Wrong, by Celestine Omehia, a lawyer/politician, is about the Supreme Court decision in Amaechi v. Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) [2007] 18 NWLR (Pt 1065) 105. The decision must go down in history as one of the most amazing decisions ever handed down by a court of law in a democratic polity founded on the rule of law. The decision is amazing because it makes a mockery of the lofty principles and ideals of democracy, constitutionalism and justice which it professes to affirm, uphold and apply.
 

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Contents

Foreword
xiii
   In The Begining
xlix
The Overthrowing Verdict
117
The Court of Public Opinion
169
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