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We’ll Take Action Soon, Ize-Iyamu Speaks on Edo Elections

The Governorship candidate for All Progressives Congress (APC) in the just concluded gubernatorial elections in Edo State election, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, has revealed himself and his party are bracing up for the next line of action over the outcome of the election results.

Ize-Iyamu stated that himself and the APC are at liberty to pursue any legal option if they want to as long as the peace of the state is not threatened.

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This was disclosed in a statement on Thursday, where he noted noted that his party is collating facts and would soon speak authoritatively in the best tradition of rule of law, fairness to all and due process.

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He said, “We will brief you all in good time and that time is near. But then, the question is after September 19, what next? We owe you an explanation on the way forward. Indeed, not a few have been bombarding us with this question. Well, we have kept quiet so far, not because we are bad losers, as some unfairly presume. It’s rather because, no matter the situation, we are staunch soldiers of the rule of law and due process.”

“Suffice it to say that with due sensitivity to the feelings of our people, we are busy collating our facts. Only after can we speak and speak authoritatively in the best tradition of rule of law, fairness to all and due process. We will brief you all in good time and that time is near.”

“In the course of our methodical approach, not a few deem to have pre-empted our course of action and pleaded that we do not proceed to the courts to challenge the election result. While that cannot be dismissed as an entirely bad plea, what I can say is that whatever action we subsequently take will be rooted in due process and the rule of law. We will exercise every right available to us under the law, given the electoral facts at our disposal.”

“Even as we speak, our people should know that the PDP and their agents and privies have instituted 13 lawsuits against my running mate and I. None of them have they discontinued after the election. So, if the PDP don’t pass up their rights under the law, why should we in the APC do so?”s

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Written by Tare Magbei

Tare Magbei is a media practitioner with Daily Report Nigeria.

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