Tribunal: Ex-Oyo LG boss congratulates Tinubu, Alli over victory 

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Mr. Yemi Akinlabi, a former Chairman of Ibarapa Central Local Government has congratulated President Bola Tinubu and Sen. Sharafadeen Alli (APC-Oyo South) on their recent victories at the various tribunals

 

This is contained in a statement he personally signed and made available to newsmen on Saturday in Ibadan.

 

The Presidential Election Petition Court (PEPC) sitting in Abuja had reaffirmed Tinubu’s victory in the February 25 presidential election, dismissing the petitions of other candidates challenging Tinubu’s victory.

 

Also, the National Assembly Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Ibadan had dismissed petitions filed against Alli’s victory.

 

Akinlabi expressed profound delight at the positive outcomes, stating that the victories were indicative of the APC’s resounding success in the elections.

 

He said that Tinubu and Alli have been instrumental in the APC’s progress, adding the party had been blessed with their valuable contributions.

 

The APC chieftain said that the triumph of both at their respective election petition tribunals was a testament to their hard work as well as dedication to the party’s ideology and progress.

 

Akinlabi expressed confidence in the APC leadership, saying the party would  continue on the path of excellence and progress.

 

He called on all members to rally round their leaders and work together to achieve the party’s objectives.

 

The APC chieftain urged Nigerians to continue to support the APC-led government in its commitment to delivering on its mandates.

 

Akinlabi appreciated INEC for its fairness in the conduct of the election, commending the judiciary for upholding justice and fairness in the interpretation of the laws.

 

He congratulated APC members on the recent victories, urging them to remain focused on the party’s objectives.

 

The APC chieftain urged members of the opposition to join hands with the APC in contributing to the nation’s progress, saying the party remained open to constructive criticism and dialogue.

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