Hope Rises for Omo-Agege as Delta APC Harvests Multiple Triumphs in Appeal Court Decision

“…God is just graciously helping us to restore truth and justice…”- Duku

In a resounding victory for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Delta State, the Appeal Court has delivered a series of landmark verdicts that overturned the decision of the Tribunal and have sent ripples of celebration and jubilation across the state as APC candidates emerged triumphant in hard-fought battles, rekindling hope, like a catalyst for Senator Ovie Omo-Agege’s gubernatorial victory.

Senators Ovie Omo-Agege (Middle), Ede Dafinone (Left), and Joel-Onowakpo Thomas (Right)

With this series of verdicts by the Court of Appeal, Chief Sen. Ede Dafinone secured a decisive win in Delta Central Senatorial District against the PDP challenger, Chief Ighoyota Amori. At the same time, Chief Sen. Joel-Onowakpo Thomas emerged victoriously in Delta South over Hon. Michael Diden of the PDP. Hon. Revd Francis E Waive achieved a significant triumph in Ughelli/Udu Federal Constituency against Chief Solomon Awhinawhi of the PDP, further consolidating the APC’s position across the state, accompanied by widespread celebrations by the party’s dedicated supporters.

Hon. Rev. Francis Waive (Right), Omo-Agege (Middle), Dafinone (Left)

In the wake of this extraordinary news from the Appeal Court, an eminent chieftain within the APC, Prince Henry Efe Duku, attributes the triumph to the divine intervention of God. With profound gratitude and with an eye on the big prize which the governorship aspiration of Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, he declared, “Not by power, God is just graciously helping us to restore truth and justice. Our joy overflows, and it will continue to His glory in Jesus’ name.”

Prince Henry Efe Duku

These monumental victories mark a turning point in the APC’s journey in Delta State, heralding a dawn of hope for the party and its faithful supporters. With bated breath and eager hearts, they await the imminent judgment of the Court of Appeal in the showdown between Senator Ovie Omo-Agege and Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori, the outcome of which could potentially reshape the political landscape of Delta State.

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