Members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) youth wing from Bayelsa State have condemned what they’ve described because the continued assault on the Justices of the Supreme Courtroom.
Their grievance follows a protest held by one other group on the residence of a justice of the Supreme Courtroom, Mary Peter-Odili, in Abuja, on Tuesday.
The protesters held placards berating the choose for the choice on the governorship election in Bayelsa State on February 13, 2020.
A five-man panel of the apex courtroom led by Justice Odili within the judgement, ordered the sack of the APC governor-elect, David Lyon and his deputy, Senator Biobarakumo Degi.
Reacting to the event, the APC youths below the aegis of Bayelsa APC Youth Vanguard for Actual Change, requested the occasion management guilty itself for presenting candidates with cast credentials for the elections.
Spokesman of the group, Comrade Johnson Dume stated that the APC management below Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, reasonably than grandstand, ought to apologise to its teeming supporters for the “monumental embarrassment” that the nomination had induced them.
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The youth chief requested APC devoted to additionally maintain the Minister of State for Petroleum, Chief Timipre Sylva, chargeable for the occasion’s loss on the courtroom.
In keeping with him, Sylva knew about Degi’s cast paperwork however nonetheless went forward to discipline him, in order that the occasion would lose.
The Supreme Courtroom on February 13, 2020 nullified the election of David Lyon and his operating mate, Degi, on the bottom that the latter cast his college certificates thus paving the way in which for the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Get together (PDP), Senator Duoye Diri to be sworn in as governor.
Diri was sworn-in on Friday, February 14, alongside along with his Deputy, Lawrence Ewhrudjakpo.