JUST-IN: Appeal Court Reinstates Bwacha As APC Guber Candidate In Taraba

The Yola Division of the Court of Appeal has put aside a judgment of the Federal High Court sitting in Jalingo, Taraba State, which nullified the All Progressives Congress (APC) main election, which produced Senator Emmanuel Bwacha because the State’s governorship candidate within the 2023 elections.

Consequently, the appellate court docket upheld the election of Bwacha because the governorship candidate of the APC in Taraba State.

LEADERSHIP experiences that Bwacha’s candidature was earlier nullified by the decrease Court on September 20, 2022.

The main election was contested by two of the governorship aspirants, Chief David Sabo Kente and Senator Abubakar Yusuf, who alleged irregularities within the train.

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Speaking to LEADERSHIP on phone on Thursday, Bwacha described the Appeal Court’s ruling in Yola, Adamawa State, as a victory for democracy, the individuals of Taraba State and the APC.

The APC governorship candidate, who spoke by means of his Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Mr. Reqwesin Muri, mentioned the Appeal Court judgment was a real reflection of the conduct of the celebration’s governorship main election in Taraba State.

“We listened to the judgment delivered by the Federal High Court in Jalingo in September, we saved questioning why the Judge ignored all of the experiences from the nationwide secretariat of the APC, the panel that performed the primaries additionally submitted their report however it was ignored.

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“We need to thank the supporters of Senator Bwacha, members of APC within the State and the media for standing by the reality until at the moment.

“I also want to assure the people of the State of the commitment of Senator Emmanuel Bwacha to rescue the State from the PDP’s bad governance if elected as the governor of Taraba State come 2023,” Muri acknowledged.

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