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Delta APC Challenges Appeal Court Verdict and Vows to Fight On

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The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Delta State has firmly rejected the recent judgment from the Appeal Court regarding the state's governorship election.



In a statement released by the party's Publicity Secretary, Barrister Valentine Onojeghuo, the APC announced its intention to challenge the ruling at the apex court, demonstrating a resolute commitment to the legal process.

The party expressed confidence that the mandate bestowed upon it by the people of the State, who believe in its commendable programs and the capabilities of its candidate, Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege, would ultimately be reinstated. Barrister Onojeghuo applauded the legal team for their commendable efforts, assuring party members that the case presented was robust and had a strong chance of success.

Acknowledging the steadfastness, support, and loyalty of its members, the APC called for calm and optimism. The statement reassured party members that there is "light at the end of the tunnel," and emphasized the belief that the stolen mandate would be restored, emphasizing that it's only a matter of time.

The APC categorically declared its skepticism about the endurance of the Appeal Court's judgment, asserting, "We have no iota of doubt that we shall reclaim our mandate at the Supreme Court. We have absolute confidence in the apex court to do justice to our case." The party remains unwavering in its pursuit of justice and is determined to see the legal process through to the end.

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