Procter & Gamble Co. v. G.S. & D. Ind. Ltd.  1 NWLR (Pt. 1336) 409 at 455, paras. C-D, per Ogunwumiju, JCA:
“…where a court admits a piece of evidence, the whole of the evidence must be used. Courts may not analyse and depend on a piece of evidence in support of a party’s position without engaging in a similar analysis and dependence on the same piece of evidence that support’s the other party’s position.”
The above principle is based on the principle of fair hearing. It is trite that justice is not a one-way traffic. Judges must always be mindful to ensure proper evaluation of evidence in order to arrive at just conclusions.
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