If the declaration by National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, is anything to go by, it means the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) hope of having its candidate sworn in as governor tomorrow Friday 14, 2020 is not yet a thing to celebrate.
Oshiomhole said PDP’s Senator Douye Diri cannot be sworn in on Friday as Bayelsa Governor because he did not meet the requirements of the Supreme Court.
At an ongoing press conference, he declared that “Nobody will be sworn in on Friday as the new governor in Bayelsa state.”
Oshiomhole, according to a media report, said the Supreme Court judgement did not order that the PDP governorship candidate should be sworn in.
“In this case nobody apart from David Lyon meet desire spread as expressed by the Supreme Court.
“The next candidate who happens to be a PDP candidate does not have one-quarter of the votes cast in that election.”