APPEAL – INTERFERENCE WITH CONCURRENT FINDING(S) OF FACT(S) – Attitude of the Supreme Court to interference with concurrent finding(s) of fact(s) of Lower Courts


“Indeed, the law is well settled beyond peradventure, that the Supreme Court does not dispose itself to interfering with concurrent findings of the two Courts below unless such findings are established to be either perverse or have resulted in occasioning a miscarriage of justice. See WOLUCHEM VS. GUDI (1981) 5 SC 291@ 326; ITU VS.THE STATE (2016) 5 NWLR (pt. 1506) 443, et al.” Per SAULAWA, J.S.C. in BERENDE v. FRN (2021-LCER-40453-SC) (Pp 74 – 74 Paras C – E)

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