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Judgement against Sylva will not stand, Ogbia ‘political mathematician’ says

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An Ogbia-born self-styled “politician mathematician” in Bayelsa State, Prince Crispus Amarabhi Ovoh Jr., has asserted that the judgement against the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate and former Minister of State for Petroleum, Chief Timipre Sylva, will not stand.

The Ogbia political mathematician made the remarks in a telephone interview with News Band, while speaking on the outcome of the Federal High Court judgement on the nullification of the candidacy of Chief Sylva by Justice Donatus Okorowo at Abuja yesterday night.

Speak on his readiness to join support to “empty the PDP of memberships”, Prince Crispus reassured supporters that the judgement will not stand and that already, the case has been appealed.

He also noted that an application seeking a stay of execution of the judgment pending the determination of his Sylva appeal has been filled barely ten hours after the judgement.

Crispus faulted the judgment and urged party faithful and supporters to be calm and peaceful and that 2019 will never befall them again.

He further advised judges to shun money bags judgements within judiciary system.

He asured party members that Sylva has appealed the judgment of the Federal High Court, Abuja, which nullified his candidacy as the All Progressives Congress flag bearer in the November 11, governorship election to be held in Bayelsa State.

Prince Crispus said the PDP under Doye diri are not ready for the November 11, 2023, governorship election and are trying to hide under the court to remain in power.

“That will never work this time around because we already understand the working of their network going around lobbying the judiciary which will be checked this time.

“The good people of Bayelsa State will not tolerate any form of intimidation by the judiciary to shortchange us of our voting right again,” Prince Ovoh Jr. added.

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