Osun 2022: APC, Oyetola Head for Tribunal To Challenge PDP, Adeleke’s Victory

The All Progressives Congress, APC, in Osun state has disclosed that it will approach the election petition tribunal to challenge the outcome of the July 16 governorship election in the state.

Addressing journalists on Thursday at the party secretariat over the anti-party activities of some party members, the party Chairman, Gboyega Famodun said APC lawyers have assured the party that it has established strong case the result.

He said the current situation with the party is just a temporary setback which will be corrected at the court of law.

“Our people we are going to the Tribunal and our lawyers has let us know that we have good cases at the Tribunal”, he added.

Speaking on the anti-party activities of some members, he said, “As it is, there is a room for discipline within the party constitution, but it must be legally followed. We have set up a machinery to investigate the activities of these individuals in their different wards, we will get report from the ward chairmen as how they have been behaving in their wards in the past few years.

“It will be interesting to know that we are so magnanimous enough… some of them have not been associating with the party for the past three years. They threw caution into the wind as they believe that what they are doing is quite right. So we called for the ward chairmen to write report on all of them and the constitution of the party will be used to deal with their different offences as it occurs to us”.

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