Ekiti Tribunal :  Ajibulu Congratulates Oyebanji ,Urges Oni Not To Appeal Judgement 

Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress(APC) Chief Segun Ajibulu has congratulated governor Biodun Abayomi Oyebanji (BAO) and his deputy Mrs Monisade Afuye over their victories  at the Election Petition Tribunal.
Ajibulu,the leader of the SouthWest Professionals in a release  made available to newsmen  in Ado-Ekiti  said the tribunal verdict further confirmed the credibility of the June 18, 2022 Governorship election which brought in Oyebanji and Monisade as the duly elected  governor and deputy governor  respectively.
He admonished Emgineer not to appeal the judgment in the overall interest of peace and progress of Ekiti .
The APC stalwart also urged the former governor of Ekiti and candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) ,Engineer Segun Oni to accept the tribunal’s verdict in good faith and work with the governor to develop Ekiti .
Ajibulu  former Commissioner Pension Commission in Ekiti also appeal to the SDP supporters in Ekiti to return to APC which he described as their natural habitat and support the Oyebanji’s government to deliver on  its electioneering promises .
He used the ocassion  to  once again  appreciate Ekiti people for standing by the present administration urging them to sustain the support .
According to him ” Oyebanji, as an home grown governor will not disappoint you as he is prepare to give his best to Ekiti .”
” I want use this medium to rejoice with our anible governor Biodun Abayomi Oyebanji and his deputy ,Mrs Monisade Afuye over their victory at the Elrction Petition Tribunal sitting in Ado-Ekiti. The verdict was a confirmation of the popular verdict of Ekiti people. It clearly shows that Ekiti people actually cast their vote for the best candidate during the poll .
Let’s me passionately appeal to Engineer Segun Oni, an elder statesman to halt the litigation agsinst Oyebanji by not proceeding on appeal. We are all stakeholders in the Ekiti project regardless of party affiliation and it is high time we joined the present administration in  moving the state forward.

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