PDP Nationwide Vice Chairman (South South), Emmanuel Ogidi
The Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP) has reacted to the Supreme Courtroom judgment that sacked the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Bayelsa state, David Lyon and his deputy, Senator Biobarakuma Degi-Eremienyo.
PDP Nationwide Vice Chairman (South-South), Emmanuel Ogidi, mentioned the February 13 verdict that declared its candidate, Duoye Diri the winner of the election is the handiwork of God.
Talking on Wednesday throughout an interview on Channels Tv’s Politics Immediately, Ogidi mentioned: “It’s the hand of labor. Every little thing we do is the hand of God since you are holding the ability on behalf of God.
“The place of the governor of a state has the ability of life and demise as a result of as soon as a choose passes judgment, it’s the governor that can signal. Sure, we as politicians we play all the pieces, we do all the pieces by the foundations. We go for elections; we go for elections, however it’s God that decides who will win.”
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When requested if it was God that rejected the APC and ordained his get together, the PDP chieftain neither spoke for or towards the query.
He merely replied saying: “I just said God gave us victory, I would like to stop there.”
Ogidi’s feedback come shortly after the Apex Courtroom on Wednesday dismissed an utility for a overview of the February 13 judgment.
In her ruling at present, Justice Amina Augie mentioned the appliance lacked advantage and the selections of the court docket are remaining.
She added that the candidates did not level out errors, stating that the judgment is remaining for all ages.
The apex court docket choose mentioned the judgment is remaining within the ‘real sense’ and no court docket on earth can overview the judgment.
“There must be an end to litigation even if we review this judgment, every disaffected litigant will bring similar applications and the finality of Supreme Court judgments will be lost.”