JUDGMENT AND ORDER – PERVERSE DECISION – When a decision of Court is said to be perverse


“A decision, a finding, is said to be perverse if it does not draw from the evidence on record and/or where the Court wrongly apply legal principles to correctly ascertained fact(s) and by so doing occasion injustice. See QUEEN V. OGODO (1961) 2 SC 366, MOGAJI V. ODOFIN (1978) 4 SC 91 and BARRISTER CHIDI NOBIS-ELENDU V. INEC & ORS (2015) 6 SCM 117 at 134.” Per MUSA DATTIJO MUHAMMAD, JSC (Pp 1 – 1; Paras D – E)

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