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Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by ALMUSTAQIM(m): 11:56am On Jul 18
PDP MAY STILL LOSE OSUN STATE GOVERNORSHIP MANDATE TO APC AFTER SATURDAY'S WINNING

*PDP DIDN'T HAVE ELIGIBLE CANDIDATE FOR THE GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION*

* VOTE CAST FOR PDP ON SATURDAY MAY BE WASTED VOTES!

The Osun state governorship election has been won and lost. The People's Democratic Party carried the day as INEC declared its candidate, Ademola Adeleke, the winner with 430,000 votes to beat his closest Challenger, Governor Isiaka Oyetola of the APC with 375,000 votes.

Although PDP had since be declared winner by INEC, the last may not have been heard as the APC may still retain the control of the key Southwest state through the court. If this happens, it means all the votes cast for PDP will be a waste.

The pre-election case of who is the authentic candidate of the PDP has been in court. The case is now at the Appeal Court level, and by the time the party will be out of the court, PDP may end up losing their mandate to APC.

It will be sad if the votes cast on Saturday for PDP become waste. Indeed, it will be very sad considering the time, the energy and the huge resources the party has committed to the election. And this is what APC is banking on because in the face of the law, PDP has no governorship candidate. This is just the simple fact and it is sad.

The summary of the judgement delivered by Justice Nathaniel Ayo-Emmanuel of the Federal High Court, Osogbo was worrisome. The Honourable justice noted clearly that the primary election that produced Senator Ademola Adeleke was done at the right venue and was conducted by the right people but with wrong delegates. It means the primary election was built on nothing. So, it cannot stand. This is the more reason why his opponent, Omooba Dotun Babayemi went back to the Court of Appeal, seeking nothing.

For Babayemi, the court noted that although he was voted for by the right delegates but the primary election that produced him took place at the wrong venue and was conducted by the wrong people. So, his primary can’t stand.

There is a precedence upon which this case will end. Neither Adeleke nor Babayemi’s candidature can stand before the law, going by the Supreme Court judgment on Zamfara.
Unfortunately, Babayemi kept on cajoling his few supporters to vote for PDP to help APC. As a lawyer, he knows that neither him nor Adeleke were validly elected as the PDP governorship candidate. He knows too that if Adeleke wins, either Oyetola or someone else will eventually become the governor because the said election will definitely be nullified by the Court. He remains in the Court because of his selfish agenda, thinking nullification of Adeleke’s election will give him the chance to come back in 2026 from Osun West.

Sincerely, the PDP has shot itself in the leg. Whatsoever votes that is cast for PDP in this election may eventually be wasted votes. But we will have to wait for the court to receive the shocking blow.
Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by Moh247: 12:01pm On Jul 18
I just beg APC not to deny Adeleke his mandate due to technicalities
Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by Viscuz: 12:04pm On Jul 18
Hahahah

Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by DriverX: 12:05pm On Jul 18
Moh247:
I just beg APC not to deny Adeleke his mandate due to technicalities
Its what the party you support is known for
Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by NwaMamaIwota(f): 12:06pm On Jul 18
Drugnibu urchins on the beat

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Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by Moh247: 12:06pm On Jul 18
DriverX:
Its what the party you support is known for


Known for challenging Electoral fruad in court
Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by Karemarealty288(m): 12:15pm On Jul 18
ALMUSTAQIM:
PDP MAY STILL LOSE OSUN STATE GOVERNORSHIP MANDATE TO APC AFTER SATURDAY'S WINNING

*PDP DIDN'T HAVE ELIGIBLE CANDIDATE FOR THE GOVERNORSHIP ELECTION*

* VOTE CAST FOR PDP ON SATURDAY MAY BE WASTED VOTES!

The Osun state governorship election has been won and lost. The People's Democratic Party carried the day as INEC declared its candidate, Ademola Adeleke, the winner with 430,000 votes to beat his closest Challenger, Governor Isiaka Oyetola of the APC with 375,000 votes.

Although PDP had since be declared winner by INEC, the last may not have been heard as the APC may still retain the control of the key Southwest state through the court. If this happens, it means all the votes cast for PDP will be a waste.

The pre-election case of who is the authentic candidate of the PDP has been in court. The case is now at the Appeal Court level, and by the time the party will be out of the court, PDP may end up losing their mandate to APC.

It will be sad if the votes cast on Saturday for PDP become waste. Indeed, it will be very sad considering the time, the energy and the huge resources the party has committed to the election. And this is what APC is banking on because in the face of the law, PDP has no governorship candidate. This is just the simple fact and it is sad.

The summary of the judgement delivered by Justice Nathaniel Ayo-Emmanuel of the Federal High Court, Osogbo was worrisome. The Honourable justice noted clearly that the primary election that produced Senator Ademola Adeleke was done at the right venue and was conducted by the right people but with wrong delegates. It means the primary election was built on nothing. So, it cannot stand. This is the more reason why his opponent, Omooba Dotun Babayemi went back to the Court of Appeal, seeking nothing.

For Babayemi, the court noted that although he was voted for by the right delegates but the primary election that produced him took place at the wrong venue and was conducted by the wrong people. So, his primary can’t stand.

There is a precedence upon which this case will end. Neither Adeleke nor Babayemi’s candidature can stand before the law, going by the Supreme Court judgment on Zamfara.
Unfortunately, Babayemi kept on cajoling his few supporters to vote for PDP to help APC. As a lawyer, he knows that neither him nor Adeleke were validly elected as the PDP governorship candidate. He knows too that if Adeleke wins, either Oyetola or someone else will eventually become the governor because the said election will definitely be nullified by the Court. He remains in the Court because of his selfish agenda, thinking nullification of Adeleke’s election will give him the chance to come back in 2026 from Osun West.

Sincerely, the PDP has shot itself in the leg. Whatsoever votes that is cast for PDP in this election may eventually be wasted votes. But we will have to wait for the court to receive the shocking blow.

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Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by AntonVince: 1:39pm On Jul 18
You're planning to fraudulently procure judgement like you did through the disgraced inJustice Ayo Salami, right?
Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by Validated: 1:51pm On Jul 18
Dreamers
Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by SadiqBabaSani: 1:55pm On Jul 18
Disgrace too big for Tinubu to stomach,

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Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by NaijaRoyalty(m): 1:57pm On Jul 18
Tinubu should accept his defeat and move on na

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Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by fergie001: 2:08pm On Jul 18
ALMUSTAQIM:
The summary of the judgement delivered by Justice Nathaniel Ayo-Emmanuel of the Federal High Court, Osogbo was worrisome. The Honourable justice noted clearly that the primary election that produced Senator Ademola Adeleke was done at the right venue and was conducted by the right people but with wrong delegates. It means the primary election was built on nothing. So, it cannot stand. This is the more reason why his opponent, Omooba Dotun Babayemi went back to the Court of Appeal, seeking nothing.

The case is as dead as dodo.

Justice Nathaniel Ayo-Emmanuel, while delivering his judgment, held that the primary election conducted at the WOCDIF Centre, Osogbo, on March 8, 2022 which produced Babayemi, was null and void.

The judge said the primary that produced Babayemi did not follow provisions of Sections 82 (1) and (5) and 84(1) of the Electoral Act, 2022 as the Independent National Electoral Commission was not given 21 days notice before the exercise.

The judge added that the primary was not observed by the Independent National Electoral Commission, as stipulated by the Electoral Act, 2022.

The court ruled that primary election conducted by the State Working Committee of a political party is not recognised by the Electoral Act, 2022, adding that all conditions for a valid primary election were met by the exercise supervised by the PDP national leadership that produced Adeleke as the governorship candidate.
Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by Idiotseverywher: 3:07pm On Jul 18
Look at this dreamer, you better wake up, no amount of shenanigans or gra gra can make APC win osun, I am telling you instead PDP will confront any judge who will give any rubbish judgement, , you think Ayo Salamigate can happen again, this time around APC has gone for real in osun state, the one they did in IMO state Is still stocked in the throat of the judiciary, they can't swallow or even vomit it . it's still causing embarrassment to the judiciary

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Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by Prince111111: 3:31pm On Jul 18
Trash grin
Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by olril17(m): 3:39pm On Jul 18
fergie001:


The case is as dead as dodo.

Justice Nathaniel Ayo-Emmanuel, while delivering his judgment, held that the primary election conducted at the WOCDIF Centre, Osogbo, on March 8, 2022 which produced Babayemi, was null and void.

The judge said the primary that produced Babayemi did not follow provisions of Sections 82 (1) and (5) and 84(1) of the Electoral Act, 2022 as the Independent National Electoral Commission was not given 21 days notice before the exercise.

The judge added that the primary was not observed by the Independent National Electoral Commission, as stipulated by the Electoral Act, 2022.

The court ruled that primary election conducted by the State Working Committee of a political party is not recognised by the Electoral Act, 2022, adding that all conditions for a valid primary election were met by the exercise supervised by the PDP national leadership that produced Adeleke as the governorship candidate.
thank God o.
I have been waiting for your submission on the thread.
thank you sir

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Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by fergie001: 4:31pm On Jul 18
olril17:

thank God o.
I have been waiting for your submission on the thread.
thank you sir
No case @ allllll.
Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by ivolt: 4:34pm On Jul 18
Fake hope.
APC is gone for the next four years.

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Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by helinues: 12:16am On Jul 19
NwaMamaIwota:
Drugnibu urchins on the beat

undecided
Re: Osun: Apc To Remain Ruling Party by 9jahotblog: 1:48am On Jul 19
fergie001:


The case is as dead as dodo.

Justice Nathaniel Ayo-Emmanuel, while delivering his judgment, held that the primary election conducted at the WOCDIF Centre, Osogbo, on March 8, 2022 which produced Babayemi, was null and void.

The judge said the primary that produced Babayemi did not follow provisions of Sections 82 (1) and (5) and 84(1) of the Electoral Act, 2022 as the Independent National Electoral Commission was not given 21 days notice before the exercise.

The judge added that the primary was not observed by the Independent National Electoral Commission, as stipulated by the Electoral Act, 2022.

The court ruled that primary election conducted by the State Working Committee of a political party is not recognised by the Electoral Act, 2022, adding that all conditions for a valid primary election were met by the exercise supervised by the PDP national leadership that produced Adeleke as the governorship candidate.
thanks for your response sir. I really appreciate it. I’ve said it times without number that they want to further disgrace Dotun Babayemi in the Appeal court and Supreme Court of justice niii. Dotun Babayemi never learn from ogunbiyi failures.

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