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|Re- Comment Of Ladi Adebutu On Inec's Letter To PDP National Leadership by Vibrant007(m): 10:12am On Apr 19, 2018|
I'm responding personally to the illogical statement by Ladi Adebutu's cohorts out of love and respect I have for our party elders, leaders, teeming followers and supporters. This shall however be my last attempt at educating those that indulge in deliberate self-deception into taking an unrealistic position over a judiciously legal binding decision on both INEC and the PDP.
Quite interestingly, my name was in derogatory terms, mentioned several times in the said response which I choose to ignore in appreciation of the unfavourable state the authors created for themselves and in the spirit of humility in victory.
It’s a pity that someone like Ladi, a member of the national legislative arm of Government, who ought to know better and appreciate the legal and electoral implications of the position taken rightly by INEC chose this voyage of fantasy. As an institution on its own, INEC have access to the best lawyers both in employment and as consultants. In coming to equity with clean hands, INEC clearly stated in her letter the binding declaration in the Justice Idris judgement in a case where PDP and INEC were parties. Interestingly, Ladi’s lawyer also defended their interests as his client in that same suit. The often taunted misconception was rested that the Supreme Court judgement has absolutely nothing to do with the two subsisting judgements of PDP Ogun state in favor of Engr Bayo dayo led Exco.
If the Supreme Court judgement does not jeopardize the Justice J.Buba judgement which validated the Engr Bayo dayo led exco, then the convention that arose from that Supreme Court judgment couldn’t have the power over the subsisting high court judgement. Furthermore, it's sacrosanct that the provisions of the constitution of any Nigerian association(party convention) can't ever supercede the provisions of the construction of the Federal Republic of Nigeria(high court judgments). Consequently, Ladi Adebutu needs to be properly educated on these vital issues because anyone that believes he can govern Ogun state has to be intellegient, truthful and wise.
There’s no appeal whatsoever for now, only request for relisting that’s on. All the fabricated insinuations being presented can earn nothing tangible except undeserved pity. In law, when a case has been dismissed (as in the case of Ladi’s Exco appeal) its not possible to relist it. Even if in the unlikely event that it's ordered for relist by the appeal court, the legitimate Ogun PDP exco shall as of right appeal that doubtful order at the Supreme Court. During this process, the legal position shall remain that there is no appeal yet against these subsisting judgments talk less of setting them aside. This is the logical reality that is feasible.
While seeking undue pity, isn't it this structure that enabled Ladi Adebutu the platform to become what he is now which had been unattainable for him for nearly two decades. How in good conscience can he be claiming openly to have treacherously substituted his structural benefactor and expect no reaction Ogun state people are very wiser and we'll informed; they know who’s telling the truth and who’s misleading himself with the intent to mislead them. All our Elders, leaders, followers and Aspirants, should endeavor to support the authentic Exco in Ogun state, The Adebayo Dayo led Exco to unite the PDP Ogun in other for us to take over the government in 2019. Tanx everybody.
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