Bayelsa: Gov Diri applauds Enchantment Courtroom’s choice upholding his election

Gov Douye Diri of Bayelsa State has reacted to the Courtroom of Enchantment’s choice to put aside Judgment, which nullified the his election because the state governor, NAN stories.

DAILY POST had reported that that the Enchantment Courtroom, overturned the Aug. 15 tribunal judgment in favour of the Superior Nigeria Democratic Celebration (ANDP), which had nullified Diri’s Nov. 16, 2019 election.

The courtroom, on identical day, additionally dismissed the Liberation Motion’s enchantment in opposition to the deputy governor.

Reacting, the Governor in a press launch by his spokesman, Mr Daniel Alabrah, thanked God for the victory and applauded the panel of Justice for upholding the regulation.

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“I need to thank God for this victory. Immediately, a Daniel got here to judgement within the title of the Courtroom of Enchantment, which has given the true place of the regulation and we’re completely happy about it.

“For individuals who are fanning the embers of disunity in our state utilizing portfolio political events, it is a time to place a full cease to it.

”In the event that they actually love the state, why are they nonetheless fanning the embers of destabilisation and shifting on to unseat us?

“The governor of Bayelsa State is God Himself. I’ve informed those that care to pay attention that I’m solely a messenger-governor.

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“The governor of Bayelsa is His Excellency the Supreme Chief of the universe and that’s God Himself.

“He stored me right here to carry temporary for Him and you can’t unseat God.

“There’s a God that guidelines over the affairs of males and that God that has introduced me right here will defend me, my deputy governor and everyone put collectively to steer this authorities,” he added.

He, nevertheless, referred to as on the political class to train warning and desist from divisive politics, notably because the senatorial by-elections have been quick approaching.

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