APPEAL – INTERFERENCE WITH CONCURRENT FINDING(S) OF FACT(S) – Instances where the Supreme Court will interfere with concurrent findings of fact(s) by Lower Courts


“…The law is settled that the apex Court, on concurrent findings of fact, will not lightly intervene and interfere or disturb such concurrent findings of fact: OMETA v. NUMA (1934) 11 NLR 18; SERBEH v. KARIKARI (1939) 5 WA34; CA ALLI v. ALHADI (1952) 13 WACA 320. It is only upon the appellant showing some special circumstances that the apex Court interferes with concurrent findings of fact.” BEMDOO MINDI v. THE STATE (2020- LCER-39169-SC)

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