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Delta State Tribunal Dismisses Omo-Agege and APC’s Case Against Oborevwori

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The Delta state governorship election tribunal has dismissed the case filed by Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege, the former Deputy Senate President, against Governor Sheriff Oborevwori. The tribunal’s decision marks a major victory for Oborevwori and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), leaving their supporters jubilant at the tribunal premises.

The case, which had garnered significant attention, saw Senator Omo-Agege and the All Progressives Congress (APC) challenging the legitimacy of Governor Oborevwori’s election victory. However, after a thorough review of the evidence and legal arguments presented by both parties, the tribunal ruled in favor of Oborevwori, confirming him as the rightful winner of the Delta state governorship election.

As news of the verdict spread, jubilant PDP supporters flooded the tribunal premises, expressing their joy and satisfaction with the outcome. The victory signifies a major boost for the ruling party in the state and cements Oborevwori’s position as the elected leader of Delta state.

On the other hand, Mr. Valentine Onojeghuo, the Delta State Publicity Secretary of the APC, expressed the party’s disappointment with the tribunal’s decision. In a WhatsApp message, he announced the party’s intention to appeal the judgment, signaling their determination to continue the legal battle.

The dismissal of the case has further deepened the political divide in Delta state. It is expected that the appeal process will be closely watched by both parties and the public, as it could have significant implications for the political landscape in the state.

The Delta state governorship election tribunal’s ruling in favor of Governor Sheriff Oborevwori has brought celebration among PDP supporters. However, the APC’s decision to appeal the judgment ensures that the legal battle is far from over. As the appeal unfolds, all eyes will remain on Delta state, awaiting the final resolution of this contentious issue.

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