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Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Edo In Focus: Court Clear Obaseki Free To Participate In The Edo PDP Primaries

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Edo In Focus: Court Clear Obaseki Free To Participate In The Edo PDP Primaries 

A Federal High Court sitting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, has struck out a suit trying to control Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, from taking part in the Edo State People's Democratic Party (PDP) governorship primaries political race.

Another governorship aspirants, Omoregie Igbeide-Ihama, through his attorneys, Donald Denwigwe (SAN) and Chief F. Orbih, SAN, had asked the court to stop Obaseki in light of the fact that his deserting to the party, a couple of days to the primaries, was "absurd and planned for destabilizing different aspirants."

Yet, on Wednesday, he pulled back the suit following an out-of-court settlement which included PDP leaders.

Justice E.O. Obile commended the party for privately addressing any outstanding issues, including that it was the correct activity.

Prior, Justice Obile granted a standdown prayer to permit the gatherings to the suit finish up a reconciliatory meeting started by party pioneers.

The direction for the respondents – Emmanuel Enoidem, Higher King, Alex Ejesiema, and M. E. Ani – didn't question the supplication for a standdown to permit gatherings to settle.
The primary is under 24 hours away.

Obaseki joined the PDP following his exclusion from partaking in the primaries of the All Progressives Congress (APC) over "blemished" testaments.
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