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Federal High Court Nullifies Primary Elections Of 3 Labour Party House Of Rep Candidates In Rivers

Greetings our dear people of Rivers State and esteemed citizens of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

We are most grateful for your support, continues commitment and resolve in taking back our Country from the clutches of primitive and corrupt people in Government.

On the 4th of November, 2022 an unclear and bias judgement was given by a Federal High Court sitting in Rivers State nullifying the Primaries elections of three (3) of our candidates that has already been substituted for Federal House of Representatives in Rivers East Senatorial District, Namely;
1.) Phalga 1
2.) Phalga 2
3.) Obio/Akpor.

It is Crystal clear that the PDP wants to contest the elections alone as they have taken virtually all other political Parties to court in a bid to disqualify all.

For us in Labour Party, the judgment does not represent the true reality of things as the affected Candidates has already been substituted, hence the Party is already preparing to appeal the matter for the affected constituencies as we are still hopeful that justice would prevail.

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The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has no Locus on this matter and their efforts to discourage our people to go to the poll and vote for our credible candidates would be defeated with God on our side.

We encourage you to remain resolute in our collective commitment to take back Rivers State and our Country by voting massively for Labour Party come 2023!

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Thank you and regards.

Hon. Dienye Pepple [LP Rivers State Chairman]

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