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PRESS RELEASE-Apga Salutes the Judiciary


The leadership of APGA has reiterated it’s belief in the Judiciary as the most critical institution for the sustainability of true democracy based on the rule of law . In this regard, we applaud the Judgment of the Court of Appeal for setting aside the spurious Judgment of the High of Enugu State obtained by deceit and fraudulent manipulation of the Judicial process by Martin Agbaso and his cohorts. We commend the forthrightness of the panel of judges of the Court Appeal Enugu who described the Judgment of Hon. Justice A R 0zoemena of the Enugu High Court as a travesty of justice and an unmitigated violation of Dr. Victor 0ye’s right to fair hearing as enshrined in the constitution of the federal Republic of Nigeria. We remain grateful to the Judiciary for courage and fortitude exhibited by the Court of Appeal in setting aside the order of Mandamus illicitly gifted to Martin Agbaso by the High Court of Enugu State. On behalf of the national chairman 0zonkpu DR.VICTOR 0ye and all members of National Working Committee (NWC) of our great party, we wish to commend the discipline, steadfastness and exemplary commitment and restraint exhibited by APGA members and supporters even in the face of provocation by enemies of true democracy. The national leadership of the party has therefore enjoined party members that the time has now come for all to focus on the Governorship Election coming up on the 18th of November 2017 with vigour and dexterity . The leadership of our great party therefore calls on all its members and supporters to begin to mobilize for the election . Consequently , all party members and supporters must remain vigilant and committed to the success of APGA in the Governorship election coming up in November 2017. The party is very grateful for all the prayers and support it received and therefore enjoins all party faithful to continue praying for the party’s success.

Sgd.Hon(sir)Ifeatu Obi-okoye

National Publicity Secretary APGA