The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ogun State is determined to fight for the rights of the people. They are not happy with the decision made by the Ogun State Governorship Election Petition Tribunal, which dismissed their petition against Governor Dapo Abiodun of the All Progressives Congress (APC).
The PDP believes that the tribunal’s judgment was unfair and unjust. They feel that the decision was based on technicalities rather than a fair evaluation of the evidence presented. The party expressed disappointment and rejects the tribunal’s ruling.
During a press conference, the PDP Chairman in Ogun, Sikirulahi Ogundele, emphasized the importance of a transparent and accountable electoral process in a democracy. The party took legal action to ensure that the will of the people of Ogun State is respected and that there is no manipulation or irregularities in the democratic process.
The PDP’s petition included strong evidence of alleged over-voting, voters’ disenfranchisement, voter harassment, and ballot box snatching. These were not baseless claims but were supported by credible testimonies and substantial documentation. The party believes that these serious irregularities should have been thoroughly examined to maintain the integrity of the electoral process.
As the second petitioner in the case, the PDP reassured the people of Ogun State that they will not give up on seeking justice. They are determined to protect the rights and aspirations of their supporters and the citizens of Ogun State.
The party has decided to take the matter to the appellate courts, where they believe a more impartial assessment of the evidence and allegations will occur. They are resolute in their mission to uncover the truth and ensure that the will of the people prevails. Relief is on the horizon.
The PDP’s message is clear: they will fight tirelessly to restore power to the people of Ogun State.