APC's David Lyon, has reacted to the Thursday February 13th ruling by the Suporeme court docket annulling his election as the governor-elect of Bayelsa state and instatement of PDP's Duoye Diri as the new governor-elect of the state.
Addressing a push meeting in the point out this early morning, Lyon described the judgement as a ''procured judgement''. He urged his supporters to continue being quiet.
Represented by the member symbolizing Southern Ijaw federal constituency, Preye Oseke, the sacked APC governor-elect stated:
“We are in shock. We as a occasion and as people of Bayelsa are rejecting the judgement absolutely. It is a procured judgement. Whilst we have our regard for the revered justices, we imagine that this is not the want of Bayelsans. Once again, we are contacting on the Unbiased Countrywide Electoral Commission not to issue a certification of return to the applicant of the PDP since he was unable to rating the required 25 for each cent in two-thirds of the neighborhood government parts.
As a celebration, we are law-abiding, our attributes have been destroyed even in the midst of the judgement that arrived this early morning. We are contacting on all our supporters to remain calm while our leaders and stakeholders satisfy and occur up with the subsequent line of action. We imagine the right thing will be carried out. The rule of legislation will be upheld.” he stated