2019 Election: Judge Denies Stay Of Execution On Obanoyen's Victory






House of Representatives hopeful in Owo/Ose Federal Constituency, Sadiq Obanoyen has scored another goal ahead of next Saturday 's general election as Judge Dogo of the Akure High court refused to grant a stay of execution brought before it by Hon. Bode Ayorinde on the judgement which declared Obanoyen the PDP the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidaye for Owo/Ose constituency.

Obanoyen officially kicked off his campaign with house-to-house visits in the two local government areas after the Federal High Court of Nigeria, sitting in Akure ruled that he is the duly elected candidate of the PDP  in the candidate for Owo/Ose constituency of Ondo state.primaries.

Hon. Bode Ayorinde, the incumbent, who lost 73 to Obanoyen’s 105 at the primary in October. But Obanoyen challenged the blantant theft of the people’s mandate in court and got judgement on January 22.
“It has been real battle in court and on the streets of Owo and Ose,” Obanoyen said. “It was a sweet victory at the primary but before I got to Abuja, PDP had already forwarded Ayorinde’s name to INEC. But it is over now and our campaign trail is on the move.”

Obanoyen promises to give the people of Owo/Ose  Federal Constituency quality representation at the House of Representatives and will ensure that the dividends of democracy get to his people which he accused Hon Ayorinde of not doing in the last four years he has been in the House.

“I am a grassroots person so I understands the yearnings and aspirations of our people,”  he said. “That is why I am going to the House. They must have a voice rather than go there to warm the bench.”

“From Afo to Imeri, Idogun to Idoani, Owani to Ute and Ifon to Ikaro, Elegbeka, the reception has been awesome. With a high level of modesty, I can say that I am the candidate to beat in Owo/Ose Federal Constituency.”








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