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Court Sacks Senator Omo-Agege Who Loves Attacking Saraki

Few days after Senator Omo-Agege boasted that they won't allow anyone linked to Bukola Saraki get close to senate leadership, a court has ruled that he and others in Delta APC are wrong candidates.

The Federal High Court sitting in Asaba yesterday sacked the Jones Erue-led executive of the APC in Delta State. In its two-hour judgment, the court, presided over by Justice Toyin Adegoke upheld the Cyril Ogodo-led Delta APC faction in the state, declaring the executives as duly elected.

Justice Adegoke further held that all actions 
purportedly taken by the Erue-led executives were null and void, thereby nullifying the candidacy of those who emerged from the primaries conducted by the Erue-led executives.

According to Rowland Ekpe, the counsel to the Cyril Ogodo exco, the re-election of Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, representing Delta Central and other candidates in the just-concluded elections, is now null and void following the judgment since they all emerged from the primaries conducted by the Erue-led executives.

“The Primaries conducted by Mefor Progress, those are the authentic names,” Mr Ekpe stressed.
Other candidates affected by the judgment include the state governorship candidate, Great Ogboru, and the senatorial candidate for Delta South Senatorial District and immediate past governor of the state, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, among others.

Meanwhile, Mr Okubo Nwachukwu, counsel to the Erue-led executives said they would review the court’s judgment, noting that they would appeal the verdict passed by Justice Toyin Adegoke.

“We will look at the judgment, and see what we are going to do, but hopefully we are going to appeal against the judgment. I am very certain that the appeal will be favourable,” he said.

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