ONDO: 'Mark my words, we will contest and win this election'- Jegede

By Admin on 21/11/2016

Share on facebook Yahoo mail icon Gmail icon

Views: 1,067


The factional candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party for the election, Mr. Eyitayo Jegede (SAN), has reassured his supporters across the state that he will contest and win the election after getting justice from the appellate court.

Jegede who is challenging the judgment of the High Court which ordered the Independent National Electoral Commission to replace his name with that of Jimoh Ibrahim as the candidate of the PDP for the November 26 governorship poll, told his  his supporters in Akure not to despair but continue with their house-to-house campaign effort aimed at ensuring that the PDP emerges victorious in the forthcoming governorship election.

He said, “ Mark my words, we will contest and win this election. Let me tell you, this is not about Eyitayo Jegede alone, it is about the people of Ondo State, this is about good governance in our state, this is about continuation and improvement on the good things we have been  enjoying in our state.

“I’m in this business to reclaim my mandate and I’m serious about it.”

The legal luminary however refuted the insinuation that most of his supporters had moved to the opposition parties because they doubted his chances of getting justice from the appeal court.

Meanwhile, Jegede’s appeal is still pending at the Abuja Court of Appeal which has adjourned its sitting on the case indefinitely.

 

Posted on November, 21 2016

Share on facebook Yahoo mail icon Gmail icon


You may also like...
Electoral Tribunal:Court dismiss suit against Ikpeazu

Abia Agriculture Receives a Boost

Jonathan mismanaged Nigeria –Obasanjo

INEC suspends Rivers poll, as violence mars election...

Abia successfully experimenting with cement technology in road...

Whistle-blowing: EFCC Arraigns Two for False Information

We should not tolerate hate speeches or divisive...

Niger's victory will boost our confidence - Oliseh...

40-year old man hangs himself in Anambra

We will curb rigging; INEC

Suspected Ebola patient dies at LUTH

Radio Biafra back on Air
News Abia Election Special (5) Abia Supplementary Polls Update (18) Abia Supplementary Result update (22) Appointments (11) Breaking News (204) Business (51) Campus News (5) Crime (173) Economy (130) Education (155) Entertainment (169) Fashion and Style (4) General (1115) Health (119) Inside Africa (45) International News (310) Interviews (36) National (2043) Politics (1182) Press Releases (141) Religion (10) Security (155) Sports (457) Technology (29) World News (87)

 

 

Advertisement

 

Latest News Security agencies attack, disrupt gathering of Soyinka, others in Lagos We are laying foundation to lift 100 million Nigerians from poverty — Buhari German govt repatriates Nigerians 48 hours after Ekweremadu’s attack Ekweremadu : PDP were main cheerleaders of IPOB, they owe Nigerians an apology - APC The Attack On Ekweremadu Cannot Be Justified Under Any Guise – PDP NASU, SSANU Commence Warning Strike N1.2million Fraud: Maurice Iwu meets N1bn bail condition Buhari did not ban food importation - Garba Shehu Abia govt has not received new Tranche of Paris Club refund - Organised Labour Ekweremadu: Attackers must face consequences of their actions - Abike Dabiri-Erewa

 

Most Read Islamic agenda for Nigeria – Pastor Bosun (25,518 views) 47 YEARS AFTER, HIS EXCELLENCY, COMMODORE EBITU UKIWE (Rtd) MAKES THE “OFO NDI IGBO” RECIPIENTS LIST (21,507 views) The show of shame that sealed Justice Uzokwe’s fate (18,051 views) Breaking News : Dr Okezie Ikpeazu resigns from Abia State Environmental Sanitation Agency (ASEPA). (8,908 views) Abiriba Kingdom Celebrates as Eze Kalu Kalu Ogbu (IV) marks 14th year on the throne (8,210 views) Lawyers accuse Lagos Police of working for PDP (7,929 views) Ebola virus in Syria – Infecting ISIS members (7,841 views) Radio Biafra delivers AM Transmitter (7,663 views) Cojoined Twins Abby And Brittany Hensel Pose in Bikini (7,530 views) ‘Why fuel scarcity persists’ (7,022 views)