Tinubu’s lawyer’s Plea Contradicts Academic Claims, PDP Points Out|Lukman visited Akande, Oshiomhole To discuss the way forward for APC

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has challenged the All Progressives Congress, APC, to be on the desperation of its lawyers in the city to hide more important information about the scholarship of President Bola Tinubu at Chicago State University, CSU you public.

This was contained in a statement by the party’s national affairs secretary, Debo Ologunagba, on Friday in Abuja.

He said: “The PDP party remembers that President Tinubu, in public, has publicly told Nigerians that ‘I am one of the books that graduated from my university; variety, three-year degree and I have a place’.

“According to the above statement, PDP is of the opinion that the request of the judges not to disclose the details of his school is a great harm to President Tinubu in particular and Nigeria.

“This desire to give important information is in line with the APC’s passion for evil and unethical dealings with Nigerians, a garment that is ripe for the fault of Abdullahi Ganduje.

“Because of Dr. Ganduje’s diagnosis, APC reaffirmed that it is not only a loss of morals but also a hopelessness to put an end to morals, pollution, and falsehood.

“APC must have at least the interests and morals of Nigerians to inspire, organize, and ensure that it is transparent to Nigerians and the world.

“Failure to fulfill this duty to Nigerians is culpable.

Investigations, questions, and inquiries have been made to various children since 2015 without involving the mother’s PCA.”

Lukman visited Akande, Oshiomhole To discuss the way forward for APC

The immediate past National Vice President, Northwest, of the Peoples All Progressives Congress, APC, Salihu Moh. Lukman received the agreement of the pioneering Chairman of the party, Bisi Akande, and former National Chairman of the party, Senator Adams Oshiomhole, on the need to return the APC to its original path of progress. Lukman, a former executive director of the Progressive Governors Group, PGF, disclosed this in a statement released yesterday in Abuja. A few days ago the leader of the APC political party met with the chairman of the party, Dr. Abdullahi Ganduje.

On the occasion, Lukman spoke extensively about his forthcoming book, “APC and Transition Politics”, which documents the events of the party and offers solutions to the anti-democratic tendencies involved.

He said; “I met the two former chairmen of APC, Chief Bisi Akande and Adams Oshiomhole. On the 18th of September I met Akande for a while, on Wednesday the 28th of September I met Oshiomhole.

“In both meetings, we discussed recent developments in the APC, including the initiative to issue a press release, the APC, and the Politics of Change.

“Both leaders welcomed the initiative and expressed concern about the recent experiences that damaged the democratic space within the party. Importantly, both leaders acknowledged the leadership role of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu to counter the attempt of conservative leaders within the party to field a presidential candidate for the 2023 election.

Omo-Agege Went To The Court Of Appeal Against The Court’s Decision

The governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, has ordered his lawyers to quickly proceed with a case against today’s judgment of the governorship election court upholding the election of Sheriff Oborevwori as governor of Delta state.

Senator Omo-Agege said the Court failed to notice the major flaws in the governorship election held on March 18, 2023, that declared the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, as the unstoppable winner. Omo-Agege pleads for lack of courtesy.

A three-judge court presided over by Justice C. H. Ahuchaogu, in its judgment, affirmed the return of Oborevwori as the winner of the March 18, 2023 governorship election in the state.

But when he was responding immediately, Omo-Agege said that he was asking for the judgment.

In a press release by Sunny Areh, his adviser on media, Senator Omo-Agege said he respects the council’s decision, but that it is flawed.

The former Senate President said: “It is unfortunate that the Court operates under a very challenging environment.

“Therefore, he ignored the weak evidence that was put forward to doubt the right to vote as declared by the National Electoral Commission, INEC.

“I respect the decision of the Court, but it is flawed. I have no doubt that these flaws that the Court failed to address will be carefully examined in the Court of Appeal.

“Therefore, I have ordered my legal team to immediately go to the Court of Appeal and continue with the fight to restore the sanctity of the people’s vote,” Senator Omo-Agege said.

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