Ihedioha and the PDP, in their applications are asking the court for a review of the judgment which sacked him and the party as governor of Imo State and led to assumptions of Senator Hope Uzodinma of All Progressives  Congress as the Governor.

But Iheodiha said the judgment delivered on 14, January was obtained by fraud and are therefore praying the seven-man panel of the apex court to review and set it aside.

While making the case of his client before the Supreme Court panel headed by the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Tanko Muhammed on Tuesday morning, lawyer to  Ihedioha, Chief Kanu Agabi argued  that  fraud is evident in the judgment.

He pointed that for instance that while  the appellant, Uzodinma, claimed he was excluded from 388 polling units,  he only tendered results from only 366 polling units during the trial of the petition at the Tribunal.

The Senior Advocate of Nigeria also argued that with the addition of votes from 388 polling units in favour of  Uzodinma, the total number of votes exceeded the total number of accredited voters by 129,000 votes.

However,  Damien Dodo, lawyer to Senator  Uzodinma told the Supreme Court justices that the the application to revisit, review or set aside the judgment of the court is  incompetent and lacks in merit.

He also said that the apex court lacks the jurisdiction to sit on appeal over  its own judgment except in cases of typographical errors or slips.

Dodo also argued that there is a compelling evidence that  Uzodinma won the election, and therefore, the court should dismiss the application.

Supreme Court has said it will deliver judgment by 3 pm on the application after hearing the arguments.