The People’s Democratic Party, PDP House of Representatives candidate for Abeokuta South; Chief Toyin Amuzu, has described the Ibadan Court of Appeal judgement setting aside Justice O. Oguntoyinbo’s order earlier removing all PDP candidates from the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, list as victory for democracy.
Chief Amuzu who commended the people of the state for their steadfastness and solidarity with the PDP, said the judiciary as the last hope of the people has restored confidence that the country would be great again
He said that with the latest development, hope is on the way for a better governance in Ogun State.
He noted that the judgement was won on merit as the court affirmed that only a National body of the party can nominate and conduct a primary election for the party.
The appellate court also ruled that Bamgbose has no right to conduct primary election as this is unknown to law and thereby reinstating all candidates of PDP in Ogun State.
The house of representatives hopeful said “others in this category trying to work to destabilize the PDP for the ruling party are not only wasting their time as the electoral act was clear on the process”.
Chief Amuzu, who assured Ogun people that hope is on the way said the PDP with its years of experience in governance would improve the life of the citizenry and restore their hope.
He said, the people are tired of insecurity, poverty, economic doldrums and joblessness among others as forced on them by the mismanagement and maladministration of the ruling APC.