Oyo APC May Appeal Against Tribunal Judgement on Governorship Election

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyo State said on Monday that it received the judgment of the Governorship Elections Petition Tribunal sitting in the state with dismay.

The three-member tribunal led by Justice Muhammed Sirajo had in their unanimous judgment dismissed the petition filed by Chief Adebayo Adelabu, the APC candidate in the governorship election for lack of merit.

Adelabu had dragged Gov. Seyi Makinde, who is the PDP candidate in the election, before the tribunal to challenge his victory at the poll.

The party in a press statement signed by its publicity secretary AbdulAzees Olatunde said  “The State Working Committee of the Party in its Proactive manner has decided to refer the Tribunal Ruling to our team of Legal Experts for necessary recommendation which the Party hopes to follow appropriately.”

It thank members of the party for being law abiding and assured them and and their sympathizers to please await the next line of action, in due course.

But an impeccable source in the party said the party is not satisfy with the tribunal judgement and may appeal against it

Read the statement

OYO APC STAND ON OYO GOVERNORSHIP TRIBUNAL VERDICT OF 16TH SEPTEMBER 2019

 

OYO STATE APC received the Judgment of the March 9th 2019 Gubernatorial with dismay.

 

The State Working Committee of the Party in its Proactive manner has decided to refer the Tribunal Ruling to our team of Legal Experts for necessary recommendation which the Party hopes to follow appropriately.

 

OYO APC will like to thank our members for being law abiding and wishes to assure them and our sympathizers to please await the next line of action, in due course.

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Signed

 

AbdulAzeez Olatunde

Publicity Secretary

APC OYO STATE

16th September 2019

 

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