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Published On: Mon, Nov 2nd, 2015

Delta APC Rejects Tribunal Verdict, Says PDP Celebration is Short Live

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LAGOS NOVEMBER 2ND (URHOBOTODAY)-The All Progressive Congress (APC) in Delta State has rejected the verdict of Delta State Governorship Election Tribunal which upheld the governorship election of Dr Ifeanyi Okowa as the Governor of Delta State.
The party which had made its intention known that it would appeal against the verdict of the tribunal said the celebration of members of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Delta State would be short lived hence they were certain that they would emerge victorious at the tribunal.
Giving the assurance in a press statement signed by Chairman of Delta APC Chairman, Prophet Jones Ode Erue, APC said PDP should be mindful of their celebration which is short-lived, revealing that APC lost the case to the tribunal and not Okowa and the PDP.
He affirmed that APC in Delta State strongly rejected the judgment which they described as ‘evil’, adding that it was procured by means other than legal.
“This is a daylight robbery with too many finger prints left behind. Our legal teams already have our instructions and we will surely meet Okowa and PDP and test this robbery at the appeal court. APC shall laugh last,” the statement assured.
The party appealed to its faithfuls, supporters and well wishers to be calm and be of high spirit, adding that the end of PDP 16 plus years of misrule in Delta is insight.
“Please be reminded that as we are about to turn the corner, it may appears to get tougher; that it truly gets darkest before dawn. Also please be comforted and assured that at the Supreme Court, it shall be the same court that will decide the fates of Rivers, Akwa Ibom and Delta State. At that point, it will be: ONE COURT, SAME FACTS, SAME JUDGEMENT! No Shaking! VICTORY IS NEAR!” the statement assured APC faithful in Delta State.

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