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2019 election: APC reacts as Appeal Court takes major decision on its candidates

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The All Progressives Congress, APC, in Rivers State, has reacted to the Appeal Court ruling which granted Stay of Execution on the Judgement of Justice Kolawole Omotosho of the Federal High Court, which nullified all primaries of the party.

The Federal High Court had also restrained the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, from fielding APC’s Candidates in the forthcoming 2019 elections.

However, the Appeal Court sitting in Port Harcourt, led by Justice Ali Gumel granted the stay of Execution on the Judgement of Justice Omotosho.

Reacting to the Monday’s ruling in a statement to DAILY POST by Chris Finebone, the APC Publicity Secretary in the state, the party said it has been vindicated.

The APC said, “We have always said that the wheel of justice may grind slowly, sometimes annoyingly slowly, but surely justice comes ultimately. We believe that today’s judgment has vindicated APC in Rivers State.

“Now, anyone who has carefully and painstakingly followed our pending matter at the Supreme Court, especially, during the last sitting before the apex court reserved ruling, will easily and safely conclude that our victory at the Supreme Court is only a matter of time.

“The key issues of REPRESENTATION and JURISDICTION which Justice Chiwendu Nworgu deliberately overlooked in tailoring his judgment to fit into a predetermined purpose, and yet bandy it as a CONSENT judgment, will be completely deconstructed by the excellent legal minds on the Supreme Court bench.

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“In this particular case, the end will justify our dogged efforts as we shall, once again, prevail by God’s grace!

“All Rivers APC faithful should remain resolute as we are set to recover all that Satan has battled so hard to take away from us.

“INEC, by today’s Appeal Court ruling, should by now be reinstating our candidates’ names on the ballot in line with the status quo before the pronouncement by the federal high court of Justice Omotosho.”


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