Uloka Chukwubuikem Wrote:
There seem to be serious tension in the camp of APGA and Professor Charles Soludo the INEC Governor-elect, over the insistence of Senator Dr. Emmanuel Uba MFR on going to court to seek redress over the just concluded election in Anambra State on grounds of malpractice and bias from the side of INEC.
The media warriors of the ruling APGA and other stakeholders alike including the courtroom Rat Senator Victor Umeh have all appeared jittery and tensed hearing that Senator Uba would be challenging the outcome of the election in the law court.
They have taken to so many media platforms and other microblogs to defame, berate and decimate the innocent Uga born taciturn, for attempting to exercise his right as according to the constitution of the country.
The media urchins of Soludo and APGA have little or No interest on the acclaimed victory of their party and principal, but attacking and insulting Senator Uba.
The APGA party must understand that there’s No pillow as soft as clear conscience; but going on the offensive against a man empowered by law to seek redress and ratification in the court, points to them having a skeleton in their cupboard.
Despite congratulating Professor Charles Soludo on his declaration as Governor elect by the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC), I will throw full support to HE, Senator Dr. Emmanuel Uba MFR and my party APC on their quest to seek redress in court; the law court is the last hope of the common man.
If INEC conducted a credible election, APGA and Soludo have nothing to fear, except he knowingly benefited from a faulty exercise and that’s where we will all hope on the court to address.
In the words of the cerebral Justice Oputa, He opined that Justice is never a one-way traffic. The redress Uba seeks would go a long way to stabilize our fragile Democracy whatever becomes the outcome of the marathon legal drilling.
Castigating Senator Uba and creating tension to make Ndị Anambra see him as a man who doesn’t want the best for his State will not yield any result, the APGA ragtag media must allow the law to take its course.