A PDP Chieftain, Chief Dr Emeka Kalu, the DG Protocols, Peoples Democratic Party Youth Alliance, Atikulated Agenda Worldwide and Global Initiative for Good Governance (GIGG), has thrown spanners to the constant vetuperations of the APC’s National Chairman, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole who seems to have attained certain freedom to utter unguarded speeches.
Chief Kalu, says that Oshiomhole should concentrate on his power tussle in Edo State and desist from making statements that will incite the polity, questioning what impetus he has to say that no governor will be sworn in in Bayelsa after a court of competent jurisdiction has ruled otherwise, wondering why he (Oshiomhole) should be so insensitive to challenge the constitution over his threats that Diri Duruoye of the Bayelsa PDP will not be sworn in today, 14th February, 2020.
In a media Chat with OTV News, chief Kalu sternly cautioned Comrade Adams Oshiomhole to guide his words as being the chairman of a ruling party does not make him the law neither does it set him above the law.
In his words, “I read the comment made by the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Adams Oshiomole where he stated that PDP’s candidate and new Governor of Bayelsa State would not be sworn in today after the verdict of the Supreme Court and I must say that it is highly ridiculous and that statement suggests malice.
“Let me remind him that belonging to the ruling party does not mean that you are above the law neither does it give you the express permission to go against the ruling of the Supreme Court.
“Saying that the Governor would not be sworn in also implies that he is ready to challenge the Law and the good people of Bayelsa State who received this news with joy and widespread celebrations.
“Mr Adams, you need to curtail your excesses, Nigeria doesn’t belong to the APC alone, it belongs to Nigerians”. The Statement Concludes.
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