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Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by dre11(m): 6:45pm On Sep 23, 2020
By Tunde Opalana


The candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Saturday’s Edo governorship election, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu may after all not challenge his defeat at the polls at the election tribunal, Daily Times gathered.

This indication arose from a closed-door meeting held Wednesday afternoon at the Abuja residence of the Yobe state governor and the Chairman Caretaker/Extra-Ordinary National Convention Planning Committee (CENCPC) Mai Mala Buni.

At the meeting where the Edo election matter was tabled was the Kogi state governor, Yahaya Bello and Pastor Ize-Iyamu.

Though the agenda of the meeting was not made public, a source close to Buni said the APC candidate was impressed upon not to seek legal redress over his and the party’s loss in the election.

Reiterating the earlier position of the leadership of the APC to accept the result of the poll, Buni, it was learned asked Ize-Iyamu to drop any planned legal action.

The party leadership had through a statement signed by Buni congratulated Governor Godwin Obaseki of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

The statement titled, “Edo State Governorship Election: Victory for Democracy”, the ruling party noted the “conduct of the election and its outcome represents a victory for Nigeria’s democracy.

“The 19th September 2020, Edo State Governorship election is over, the winner has been declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in the person of Mr. Godwin Obaseki, candidate of the People Democratic Party (PDP). We hereby congratulate the winner of the election, the people of Edo State and all Nigerians. The peaceful conduct of the election and its outcome represent a victory for Nigeria’s democracy.”

The party joined President Muhammadu Buhari, who had on Sunday congratulated the winner of the election.


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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Officialgarri: 6:50pm On Sep 23, 2020
Well, APC need not appeal anything as long as the point has been made.
One may ask what point I'm talking about.

Well, the point is that APC managed to pull so much weight and scared shît out of an incumbent government.
No wonder there's so much PDP sponsored jubilation in rivers state because they never expected the victory

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by helinues: 7:00pm On Sep 23, 2020
Before Nko...

Na glaring lose now

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by AllTheWayUp: 7:00pm On Sep 23, 2020
Reiterating the earlier position of the leadership of the APC to accept the result of the poll, Buni, it was learned asked Ize-Iyamu to drop any planned legal action.

The party leadership had through a statement signed by Buni congratulated Governor Godwin Obaseki of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP

The party joined President Muhammadu Buhari, who had on Sunday congratulated the winner of the election.

grin grin grin
APC Governors, Buhari, Aso Rock cabal and other APC Chieftains just want to render Tinubu and Oshiomole and their supporters useless, partylesss and inconsequential ahead of 2023


Edo APC has finally expelled Oshiomole on Monday and have asked the APC NWC to ratify Oshiomole expulsion from APC, which the APC NWC controlled by APC Governors will joyously ratify in the days ahead.
Ize Iyamu will be compensated with Federal appointment and he will also be tasked alongised Obaseki and other APC
chieftains in Edo state to crumble any Oshiomole influence or Political structure thats is left in Edo state.

Politicians from PDP and APC have started their realignment and chess moves ahead of 2023, and it first victim is Oshiomole, he has been taken out of the equation, Tinubu chances at the Presidency has also been depleted.

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by helinues: 7:02pm On Sep 23, 2020
Officialgarri:
Well, APC need not appeal anything as long as the point has been made.
One may ask what point I'm talking about.

Well, the point is that APC managed to pull so much weight and scared shît out of an incumbent government.
No wonder there's so much PDP sponsored jubilation in rivers state because they never expected the victory

Oshiomole scattered everything for Obaseki...

All the governor's Oshiomole thought he clipped their wings renegaded against Ize Iyamu.. The likes of Yari, Okorocha, Amosun

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Nobody: 7:06pm On Sep 23, 2020
Even though I have neither Silver nor Gold, I have got some advice for the APC.

APC shouldn't appeal. The election mirrored the desire of the people. The people have spoken through the ballot box.

Being a progressive party, APC will do the right thing, I am pretty sure about that.

God bless President Buhari.
God bless his loyal Vice, Osinbajo.
God bless Nigerians.
God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Lexusgs430: 7:13pm On Sep 23, 2020
He better just rest..... cheesy
Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Enudapan: 7:13pm On Sep 23, 2020
Nah eh! No qualms
APC still the same PDP we know
Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by NaijaOlosho(f): 7:13pm On Sep 23, 2020
Tinubu will be thrown out soon

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Racoon(m): 7:14pm On Sep 23, 2020
No need for that because Ize Iyamu was thoroughly thrashed mercilessly by the Edo electorate.

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by faithfulsoul: 7:14pm On Sep 23, 2020
He can't

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Philipponzaghi: 7:14pm On Sep 23, 2020
AllTheWayUp:
APC Governors, Buhari, Aso Rock cabal and other APC Chieftains just want to render Tinubu and Oshiomole and their supporters useless, partylesss and inconsequential ahead of 2023

Edo APC has finally expelled Oshiomole on Monday and have asked the APC NWC to ratify Oshiomole expulsion from APC, which the APC NWC controlled by APC Governors will joyously ratify in the days ahead.
Ize Iyamu will be compensated with Federal appointment and he will also be tasked alongised Obaseki and other APC
chieftains in Edo state to crumble any Oshiomole influence or Political structure thats is left in Edo state.

Politicians from PDP and APC have started their realignment and chess moves ahead of 2023, and it first victim is Oshiomole, he has been taking out of the equation, Tinubu chances at the Presidency has also been depleted.

This is exactly what you guys said when Gbajabiamila failed to win the Speaker of the house in 2015, you all shouted Tinubu have been tamed and bla bla bla. Some even went to the extent of saying we can’t have Yoruba as VP and still the speaker and that Tinubu influence is down because Buhari tamed him.

Tinubu laid low, waited for the right time and struck. Gbajabiamila today is the Speaker of the house and even Tinubu caucus produced the senate president.

Obasanjo is the most brutal politician since 1999, he wasn’t able to defeat Tinubu when AD collapsed but instead Tinubu relegated him to the extent that he is reduced to writing letters.

2023 is pregnant, there are lot of play and realignment that will follow and if history has taught us anything, it is never to underrate someone like Tinubu.

Edo election has been lost and politics is a game of win and losses.

Saraki, Atiku, Jonathan, Melaye, and etc. will understand Tinubu is a thoroughbred A level politicians but I’m sure you guys feasting on Nairaland likes won’t understand that.

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Debra911(f): 7:14pm On Sep 23, 2020
Non of this concern me at the moment. I'm just broke. Allowee never show o
Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by sharonihemena: 7:14pm On Sep 23, 2020
Do they even need to advise him on that? He should distance himself from Oshiomole at this point and congratulate the winner. He’s still a very young man, and 2024 is just around the corner. He can always test his popularity again.
P.S. You fought a good fight Pastor, but you aligned with the wrongest man. Frolicking with a man who damaged your reputation barely 4 years ago was ill advised.

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Freksy(m): 7:15pm On Sep 23, 2020
The fear of another defeat. Prior to now they underrated Obaseki.

Besides, he can’t appeal considering several thumb-ups for the smooth conduct and credibility of the election by the presidency, his party, US and co.

It’s glaring he has been advised against the move.

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by ArmedRobber: 7:15pm On Sep 23, 2020
[quote author=AllTheWayUp post=94233222][/quote] ok
Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by ajepako(f): 7:15pm On Sep 23, 2020
APC lost an election and not planning to contest it in court or have Tanko unseat the real winner through legal backdoor ?

That's a first..


The US visa ban and threat of confiscation of top politicians' assets and stolen wealth is really working wonders!

One of the rare times l like Mr Trump

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by tot(f): 7:15pm On Sep 23, 2020
Waste of time and money. Let them try it.

No sensible person would have watched that debate and wished this man on that state. No way.

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Dididrumz(m): 7:15pm On Sep 23, 2020
He's already lost clearly, no need to appeal

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Passionate888: 7:16pm On Sep 23, 2020
Make him rest na
Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Nchenches: 7:17pm On Sep 23, 2020
dre11:






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Who reasonable in Edo state will follow Iyamu go appeal the election result?
Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by IAmSkinny: 7:17pm On Sep 23, 2020
Make person rest for this whole Edo election matter.
Election don pass but person no go still hear word. Mtchewwww
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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by Johnnyessence(m): 7:18pm On Sep 23, 2020
he will lose woefully in the court if he appeal the election verdict

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by tutudesz: 7:18pm On Sep 23, 2020
Pastor you want to add 3 more victory to Obaseki abi Election tribunal you will lose, Appeal Court you will lose and Supreme Court you will lose too, So just save your money and prepare for LG chairman election grin

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Re: Edo Election: Why Ize-iyamu ‘might’ Not Appeal Election Loss by MikkieEl: 7:18pm On Sep 23, 2020
It will be difficult to upturn the victory in the court. The handwriting is crystal clear. And if they do, expect more barns from the US and UK or EU.

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