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Group urges IGP, Bayelsa CP to call Ex- KOLGA Chairman to Order over plan protest on Supreme Court Judgment

By Our Correspondent

       A renowned formidable group under the auspices of Bayelsa Frontline Assembly for Peace, Democracy and Good Governance (BFAPDGG) has called on the Inspector General of Police, and the  Bayelsa State Police Commissioner to call Mr Ineye Ingbaifegha ( Haglar Osuru-Suru),  a onetime Chairman of Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government Council to order over his alleged plan protest to cause breach of peace in the state on the recent Supreme Court Judgment now that peace has returned into the state after ten days curfew.
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Adamu Muhammed, IGP, Nigeria

   The group in a Press Release issued in Yenagoa, signed by its Executive Chairman, Comrade (Hon) Livingstone  Kypus and  the Secretary-General,Mr. Magens Inegba  reacting over a purported publication accredited to him against the Deputy Governor- Elect,  Senator Biobarakuma Degi-Eremienyo, also warned Mr Ingbaifegha to leave him alone.
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Comrade (Hon) Livingstone  Kypus, Executive Chairman

   The organization who blamed the outcome of the Bayelsa State  November 16, 2019 Governorship Election Supreme Court  Judgment on corruption, some justices partisan in politics and desire to amass quick wealth at the detriment of the wishes of the electorates, enjoined Mr Ineye Ingbaifegha and his sponsors to channel their protest to the Supreme Court of Nigeria, and not to  Senator Biobarakuma Degi-Eremienyo who won the said case hands down at the Court of  Appeal  presided over by Justice Stephen Adah whom Nigerians described as the Jurist of exceptional integrity, transparency, judicial experience and wisdom; who uphold justice, service and truth in all his dealings.
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Mr Ineye Ingbaifegha
   The Organization who restated their sadness and condemnation over the Supreme Court judgment ; describing it as unjust, deliberate prejudice and perverse, wondered why the leadership of the party has enjoined members to remain in peace and forgo the matter; startled why Mr  Ineye Ingbaifegha who contributed nothing for the victory of the party in Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government Area  during last year’s Governorship election will instigate youths to go on protest to breach the existing peace in the state, knowing it well that Bayelsans were not happy over the judgment.
   The body warned that Mr  Ineye Ingbaifegha should be held responsible for anything that will happened arising from his plan protest.
 It calls for arrest and prosecution of Mr  Ineye Ingbaifegha over his illegal protest which no doubt will cause unbearable crisis in the state than the previous one.
   It would be recalled that Mr  Ineye Ingbaifegha has issued a sponsored threat Press Release against Senator Degi- Eremienyo over the February 13 Supreme Court Judgment in favour of the Peoples Democratic party(PDP) thus denying APC mandate.

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