Appeal Court victory: Join Abiodun in developing Ogun State , APC tells PDP, Adebutu - NEWS FRONTIER DAILY


Friday, November 24, 2023

Appeal Court victory: Join Abiodun in developing Ogun State , APC tells PDP, Adebutu

 The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ogun State has expressed satisfaction with the judgement of the Court of Appeal sitting in, Igbosere, Lagos, which affirmed the election of Prince Dapo Abiodun as the validly elected Governor of Ogun State in the March 18, 2023 governorship elections. 

Reacting to the verdict of the Court of Appeal, which dismissed the appeal filed by the Peoples Democratic (PDP) and its gubernatorial candidate, Ladi Adebutu, in a statement issued by the Ogun APC and signed by its Publicity Secretary, Tunde Oladunjoye, the party said with the development, it is expected that the PDP and its candidate would face the reality that they did not only lose the elections, but also couldn’t have won with a tattered, disorganized and castrated party

The statement reads in part: “We give glory to our faithful God for the journey so far. We thank the good people of Ogun State who refused to sell their birth rights and clearly  voted for our party and candidate, Prince Dapo Abiodun CON, during the election. The PDP and the Adebutus should know by now that money is not everything and that the conscience of the Ogun State people is priceless. 

“If the remnant of opposition PDP, are really serious and genuine about the development of Ogun State, then this is the time to join Prince Dapo Abiodun in his tireless and inclusive agenda in taking the state to greater heights. Our governor has demonstrated humility, maturity and inclusivity and purposefulness since mounting the saddle of governance in the gateway state.

“We want to assure our people that with this judgement, our government will not only redouble its efforts in socio-cultural, economic and infrastructural development of Ogun State, but will also continue to spread the dividends of democracy, equitably and fairly across all the 20 LGs in Ogun State.”

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