Group Hails Nullification Of Ekwunife’s Anambra Central Election Victory

  • Posted on: 26 December 2015
  • By: editor


The campaign directorate of Senator Annie Okonkwo Campaign Organization, has hailed the Court of Appeal verdict, which set aside Uche Ekwunife’s election victory.

 The group, which described Okonkwo as the validly PDP nominated, INEC endorsed and validated candidate of the PDP in the 2015 Anambra Central Senatorial district primaries, stated that the court verdict was

proper, timely and natural “because the constant beam of truth will always outshine the human burden of  lies, darkness and deceit, whether political or otherwise.”

 The directorate in a statement by the Media Adviser of the campaign organization, Collins Steve Ugwu, was emphatic that Ekwunife as entitled as any other aspirant in that contest, certainly was not and should not have been the flag bearer of the party in that election.

  His words: “Now that the scales should have fallen off the eyes of the deceived, the manipulated and the manipulator, courtesy of our dedicated judiciary, the last hope of  the oppressed for every committed democrat, we hoped that common sense would have prevailed even as an afterthought for personal recompense and public conscience.

   “We are therefore aghast but not amused that citizen Uche Ekwunife who ordinarily should be sobered by this clear constitutional declarations given the wisdom of her political experiences, appear unperturbed and unmindful of elementary party internal democracy norms as evident in her obvious contemplation to re-run in the yet to be scheduled re-election as the candidate of our party, PDP.     

 “It calls for emphasis and we therefore so emphasize, that the party primaries by the PDP to select candidates for that election after the most rigorous, painful and costly processes for any senatorial zone in this country, arrived at Senator Annie Okonkwo as the most popular and validly nominated candidate of the PDP, ultimately endorsed and published as such by INEC, and expectantly wished by Anambra Central electorates to wear the victory cap, but for the reckless impunity of Aso Rock overlords then, which providence and nemesis has through our able judiciary mercifully crushed. This judicial liberation for our people will not just be as short-lived as the impostors and their sponsors, but will be celebrated and sealed permanently when the Supreme Court of our land rules again on it coming January.

  “We are compelled therefore to make this clarifications for the records as we did earlier, before this voyage dance of impunity orchestrated by ready beats of foregone God fathers and mothers, that citizen Uche Ekwunife was and could not have been a candidate for that election in the first place, much less the winner, going by the extant and clear rules of engagement in party primaries as established by our constitution and guiding electoral laws.”