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Why PDP’s Duoye Diri Cannot Be Sworn In – APC

says the Speaker of the state House of Assembly would be sworn in as Acting Governor.
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Why PDP's Duoye Diri Cannot Be Sworn In - APC
Why PDP’s Duoye Diri Cannot Be Sworn In – APC

Following the Supreme Court’s verdict which nullified the election victory of APC’s , the APC has insisted that the PDP’s candidate, Diri Duoye, cannot be sworn-in.

Odunews.com reports that the Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that Lyon’s deputy Ereminyor submitted forged documents which disqualified the joint ticket and nomination and urged INEC to withdraw the certificate of return issued to them and reissue same to the next party with the require constitutional spread.

Reacting to the judgment, Doifie Buokoribo, the state APC Publicity Secretary, said the party was shocked at the development. “It is a shocking one but one thing that is clear is that the Dickson’s administration must leave tomorrow, there is no room for elongation of tenure not even for one minute.

“It is clear that only APC met the required spread as we won convincingly in five out of the eight Local Government Areas (LGAs), so without that spread I do not see how PDP can make it, certainly the Speaker of the state House of Assembly would be sworn in as Acting Governor.

“Those of them celebrating in the PDP camp are doing so in ignorance,” Buokoribo said. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that before news of the judgement filtered into town, APC faithful were in high spirit preparing for the governor-elect inauguration on Friday.

Also, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, , said Senator Douye Diri of the People’s Party cannot be sworn because he did not meet the requirements of the Supreme Court.

Mr Oshiomhole said no candidate in the election meets the requirement apart from David Lyon and the implication is that will be without a Governor from Friday.

Adelowo Adegboyega
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