•Ebonyi Instruct Governor David Umahi
BY CHRISTIAN OGBONNA
ABAKALIKI – The Americans’s Democratic Birthday celebration (PDP) in Ebonyi Instruct says it hopes to exact victory at the Allure Court sitting in Abuja over the defection of Governor David Umahi and his deputy, Kelechi Igwe.
The PDP Publicity Secretary, Chika Nwoba acknowledged this in an interview with the News Company of Nigeria (NAN) in Abakaliki on Friday.
He turn out to be once reacting to the judgement of an charm court sitting in Enugu, which quashed a swimsuit though-provoking the defection of the governor and his deputy from PDP to APC.
NAN recalls that the swimsuit turn out to be once filed by Senator Suny Ogbuoji and his working mate, Mr Mbam Ogodo, as the governorship and deputy governorship candidates of APC within the 2019 election in Ebonyi.
They urged the court to preserve that Umahi, having defected to the APC, should vacate the place of work in inform that they would possibly maybe well be sworn-in having come second within the election.
“Our occasion, the PDP, has fleshy self assurance that this will enjoy at the Allure Court, Abuja.
“The matter at the Allure Court, Enugu is varied from the one at the Allure Court, Abuja.
“Right now’s judgment in Enugu is between the APC governorship flag bearer in 2019 and Umahi.
“It’s not any longer the PDP and Umahi’s matter.
“In our enjoy matter, we occupy self assurance and hope to win at the Allure Court, Abuja,” Nwoba extra acknowledged.
NAN extra recalls that Umahi and his deputy had in November 2020 defected from PDP, which turn out to be once the platform they occupy been elected, to the APC.
The Federal Excessive Court in Abuja had on March 8 sacked Umahi, his deputy, and the 15 lawmakers within the notify over their defection from PDP to APC.
The determine, Inyang Ekwo, ordered the governor, his deputy, and the affected 16 lawmakers to vacate their places of work exact now and ordered INEC to discover names of candidates from PDP to replace Umahi and Igwe.
Ekwo held that the votes in any election in Nigeria are to political parties and no longer candidates. (NAN)