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APC Chairman urges Bayelsans to accept Supreme Court verdict - Bayelsa Governorship Election

 By Austin Genesis

    The Bayelsa state Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Barrister Jotham Amos has enjoined all it party’s faithful , teeming supporters and the people of the state to accept the yesterday’s decision of the Supreme court in good faith and ensue peace and love in the state.
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Centre in white attire is Barrister Jotham Amos, APC State Chairman, Bayelsa State.

   Barrister Amos gave the charge on Thursday in Yenagoa, capital of the state while addressing a press conference at Ernest Ikoli Press Centre.
  The party boss in the state, said emphatically that “ As a party, we must unite to uphold peace to leverage on the love extended to us by Bayelsans as clearly demonstrated on the November 16 , 2019 Governorship election”.
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  Barrister Amos on behalf of Chief David Lyon and the leadership of the party in the state commended the people of the state, especially the electorates for voting massively for the Candidate of the APC during the last year’s November 16 governorship election to enhance its victory at the poll.
  He described the gesture as an eloquent testimony of the ‘Change Matrix’ all the people yearned and desired.
  “We are indeed specially honoured and humbled to have over Three Hundred and Forty Thousand (340,000) votes, that to us demonstrated the change matrix we all yearned and desired,” he said.
  He recalled that on the February 13, 2020 the Supreme Court disqualified the APC ticket which led to the sworn- in of Senator Douye Diri  and Senator Lawrence  Ewhrujakpor as Governor and Deputy of the state.
  Amos noted that that judgment led to pockets of violence across the state which Chief David Lyon had condemned it.
  “The party not satisfied with the decision made an appeal to the Apex Court for review. Yesterday, 26th February 2020 the Supreme Court have expressed its audacity of finality by upholding her earlier judgment,” Amos stated.
   He therefore used the forum to thank all party faithful and the people of the state for their overwhelming support, prayers, encouragement and sacrifice in  the course of campaign’s through to the election and even to the present moment. 
 He was accompanied with Rt Hon W .Seibarugu  former  Speaker BYSHA/Acting Governor of Bayelsa state , Senator Nimi-Amange and Professor Brisibe among other dignitaries.

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