Thursday, April 2, 2015

Aregbesola Floors Omisore At Appeal Court, As Court Upholds Aregbesola’s Election

Another victory for APC. The Court of Appeal, sitting in Akure, has upheld the decision of the election petition tribunal which had affirmed the victory of Rauf Aregbesola in the August 9, 2014 Osun Sate governorship election.

The Court today, 2nd of April, 2015 dismissed the appeal of Iyiola Omisore, the candidate of Peoples Democratic Party in the election.

The court accepted the argument of Mr. Aregebsola of the All Progressives Congress that Mr. Omisore’s petition ought to have been dismissed as an abandoned petition in the first instance by the State Election Petition Tribunal before hearing by the Justice Elizabeth Ikpejime led tribunal.


The Justice Gana Mshelia-led Appeal Court in a unanimous decision dismissed Mr. Omisore’s appeal on the ground of incompetence.

It held that the grounds for the appeal did not arise from the judgment of the tribunal.

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32 comments:

  1. Can PDP give up already

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  2. Is it true that workers have not been paid in Osun Ladun?

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  3. a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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    There business..
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    ***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

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  4. Some people just don't give up... Even this one that has beard like ritualist.

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  5. Even though both of the are not worthy of leaders,i still prefer aregbesola than that ex convict.

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  6. The people's WILL will always prevail

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  7. Aregbesola Baba! No principalities shall overcome you. Carry on the good work

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  8. He who God has brought up can never be cut down by any man

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  9. This is nice

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  10. Hmmmm. Power from above working

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  11. PDP candidates will not stop disgracing themselves

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  12. Floor? they will soon crush them

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  13. Mr Omisore,is just one greedy person. Congratulations APC. Another election is coming up in lagos state. Vote change not greed

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  14. I just relish this moment

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  15. It is a new dawn in Nigeria

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  16. Power has shifted

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  17. Aregbe has transformed Osun even opposition can testify to it. He will remain there so please don't distract him

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  18. Cunning man die na cunning man go kuku bury am

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  19. Politicians, they are all the same

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