Court Did Not Bar Obaseki From Contesting in PDP

By Yusuf Akinloye Akintunde

The Edo state political crises keep deepens as interests of the political gladiators is on the edge of either collapsing with the candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) or sail through with the Gov. Godwin Obaseki, if he eventually picked the People Democratic Party (PDP) ticket, or vice versa.

But on the contrary, the misconception and misinterpretation of the court orders in the case instituted by a governorship aspirant of PDP has reach the stage to disinterest many of the Obaseki supporters, and simply put, putting cold water in their warming mouth to shut them out of the political street of Edo state.

The court has not in any magnanimity granted an order restraining the embattled Gov. Godwin Obaseki from contesting in PDP. The court in her magnanimity only granted and accelerated order in the case, for it to meet up with the time schedule for the party primary schedule for Sim days time.

The order of the court is to further grants substituted service of the court process on Obaseki and others, and the court did not stop Gov. Obaseki from participating in the primaries of his new party PDP. The court accelerated order of the case is to serve the court papers (process) on the parties by another means instead of serving them personally.

It should then be recall that, a waiver was granted from PDP National Executive Council (NEC), unlike the waiver of Pastor Ize Iyamu’s one from the suspended National Chairman in the absence of National Executive Council (NEC) of APC.

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