Summary of Ofodile v. Chinwuba case

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Ofodile v. Chinwuba [1993] 1 NWLR (Pt.268)151 p.1

Summary of Facts: It was held that a Petitioner in an election petition to succeed in a petition for corrupt practices, he has to prove beyond reasonable doubt that:-

(a) The Respondent personally committed the corrupt act or aided, abetted, counseled or procured the commission of the alleged act of corrupt practice.

(b) Where the alleged act was committed through an agent, that the agent was authorized to act in that capacity or granted general authority.

(c) The corrupt practice or undue influence affected the outcome of the election and how it affected it.


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