Abia LP Chairman, Ceekay Igara Lauds Judiciary On Affirming Gov. Otti’s Victory
The Abia State Labour Party Chairman, Mr Ceekay Igara, has appreciated the judiciary for affirming Dr Alex Otti as the winner of the March 11, 2023 governorship election held in the state.
Igara who doubles as the chairman, council of Labour Party chairmen, while reacting to the appeal court’s judgement in a press release on Saturday, called on opposition parties and their candidates to join hands with the governor in bringing dividends of democracy in the state.
Igara also called on all lovers of democracy and sustainable development to continue praying for the governor to deliver his promises to Abians.
Recall that the appeal court on Saturday, dismissed the petitions filed against governor Alex Otti by the APC and PDP for lacking merit.
The judges had described the appellants’s Petitions as a comedy skit which should not have come before the judiciary.
The press statement read;
On behalf of The Executive Governor of Abia State Dr Alex Otti OFR and Labour Party Abia State and in the diaspora, we once again congratulate Abians and indeed all people of goodwill for the affirmation of the people’s governor today by the appeal court.
We appreciate God Almighty who in his wisdom brought the Governor who’s the will of the people to lead them for the first time in the state and we also appreciate the judiciary for upholding the mandate of the people.
I on behalf of the Labour Party Abia State encourage our brothers and sisters in the opposition to join hand with His Excellency Dr Alex Otti OFR and Labour Party Government in Abia State to deliver the actual dividends of democracy as promised to them during our campaigns.
I therefore request everyone who’s interested in the sustenance of the development in infrastructure and other areas currently ongoing in the State to continue to pray to God Almighty for strength and wisdom to deliver.
We equally encourage our teeming members and particularly Abians and other Nigerians living in Abia State to put their believe in the mantra of judiciary being the last hope of the common man and in the capacity of the judiciary to upholding the mandate of the people freely given to us.