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Supreme Court Final Verdict: Ize-Iyamu Responds to Obaseki’s Victory



Candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), within the September 19, 2020 gubernatorial election in Edo State, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, has responded to Friday’s Supreme Court docket judgment that gave victory to his opponent and winner of the election, Governor Godwin Obaseki.

Recall that the APC and one in all its chieftains, Williams Edobor, had filed a petition in opposition to the victory of Obaseki on the ballot, alleging that the PDP candidate contested the election with a cast College of Ibadan diploma certificates.

However the apex courtroom dismissed the enchantment on the bottom that the appellants haven’t proved their case about forgery.
The courtroom added that having checked out all of the Supreme Court docket choices, there should be a disclaimer from the College.
Responding to the judgement in an announcement he personally signed on Saturday, titled: “As a result of we had been gallant, our hope is alive”, Ize-Iyamu sued for peace amongst his teaming supporters and half members.

In his phrases;

“Yesterday, the Supreme Court docket by its judgment dropped at an finish our battle for the workplace of the governor of Edo State that commenced in September, 2020.
“I thank all our supporters in addition to our loyal celebration women and men to your unwavering dedication and sacrifice to the development of Edo state and urge you to be legislation abiding and to be of fine cheer.

“What issues most is that our celebration, the All Progressive Congress (APC), stood up for what we consider in. We stood up for the position of our individuals on the epicenter of governance which is a pointy departure from the norm. As such, let no grievances and no embittered emotions impair the power of our efforts.
“Allow us to look ahead to our coming collectively to reorganize and place our celebration to win once more. That is in service to our beloved state.
“Lastly, I thank God for the chance to hunt the workplace. To Him be all honor and glory. Amen.”