APC rejects tribunal sack of Adeyeye, calls it travesty of justice

APC rejects tribunal sack of Adeyeye, calls it travesty of justice

- The APC has rejected the tribunal ruling that nullified election of Dayo Adeyeye in Ekiti

- According to the ruling party, the judgement is a travesty of justice

- Going further, the party added that the judgement amounted to truncating the desire of the people as demonstrated during the general election

The sack of Prince Dayo Adeyeye by the National Assembly election petition tribunal has been rejected by the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti state.

According to the party, the judgement amounted to travesty of justice. They insisted that the APC won the February 23, 2019, senatorial election in the state.

Going further, the party described the judgement as a strange and clear negation of the wishes of the people in the senatorial district, Tribune reports.

“We are surprised by the outcome of the tribunal; we reject it and it will not stand the test of time, because the people voted for APC.

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”The outcome was meant to rob us of victory and put our party in disarray as well as raise unnecessary dust in the area, but we are not bothered,” Hon Akin Akinbobola, APC senatorial chairman in the district said.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that the election of Adeyeye was nullified by the National Assembly election petition tribunal in Ekiti.

The nullification of Adeyeye's election was read by Honourable Danladi Adeck, a member of the three-man panel of the tribunal on Tuesday, September 10.

The panel, in its ruling consequently declared Senator Biodun Olujimi of the Peoples Democratic Party, winner of the election that led to Adeyeye's revoked victory.

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