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Edevbie Would Win At The Supreme Court, Wojuola Assures Supporters

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Edevbie Would Win At The Supreme Court, Wojuola Assures Supporters

Convener of the David Edevbie Movement’23, Comr. Tomi Akporoghene Wojuola has reassured the followers of Olorogun David Edevbie, that their principal would definitely win at the Supreme Court.

He stated this earlier today while visiting some supporters of Olorogun David Edevbie in Agbor.

He noted that the evidences against Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborrevwori was too glaring to be ignored by any court.

He added that “in as much as the pressure much, our supporters have to be a little more patient so that the best can do it.”

“Recently, we saw what happened at Ebonyi state where the Supreme Court upturned the judgement of the appellate Court. It is not new, and it would still happen again in the case of our principal, Olorogun David Edevbie VS Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborrevwori. There’s no two ways about it, David Edevbie would be sworn in as your Governor come May 29th 2023.”

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“We are aware that the opposition is very interested in this case, you saw how they celebrated the victory of Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborrevwori at the Appeal Court, they are hoping that the Supreme courts would not grant us Victory so that they can have a smooth ride in the elections next year, but they would be disappointed, Olorogun David Edevbie would not just win at the Supreme Court but also the general elections,” he added.

While downplaying the activities of the opposition in the state, Comr. Tomi Akporoghene stated that there was no way that the APC would win the elections.

He said that Delta State needed an experienced developmental economist to be at the helm of affairs especially at this critical point in time where the APC led Federal Government has made life rather difficult for the common man.

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