EVIDENCE – UNCHALLENGED/UNCONTROVERTED EVIDENCE – Whether the Court is entitled to act on unchallenged evidence

“This Court in the case of Oforlete v. State (2000) 12 NWLR (Pt. 681)415 held that where there is unchallenged and uncontroverted evidence, the Court has a duty to act on it.” Per MARY UKAEGO PETER-ODILI, JSC in BRONWEN ENERGY TRADING LTD. v. OAN OVERSEAS AGENCY (NIG) LTD & ORS (2022-LCER-46529-SC) (Pp 31 – 31; Paras B – C)

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