I Accept The Judgement In Good Faith-Oshiomhole

National Executive Committee To Sack Adams Oshiomhole

I Accept The Judgement In Good Faith-Oshiomhole. Days after the Court of Appeal upheld his suspension, Adams Oshiomhole has come out to say that he accept his lot.

He made this known yesterday  while speaking on a programme on Channels Television called Politics Today. Mr Oshiomhole was suspended by an Abuja High Court in early March following an application filed by one Oluwole Afolabi, a counsel to one of the aggrieved National Working Committee members.

Mr Afolabi, in his application dated and filed on January 16, outlined the earlier vote of no confidence passed on the national chairman by his primary constituency in Etsako Ward 10 in Edo State. The suspension was initially lifted after the appellate court granted a stay of execution of the high court’s order.

Adams Oshiomhole said he will reveal his next line of action after discussing with his lawyers.

“In our democracy, the court is an independent arm of government. When they hand out judgment, it is not for you to pick and choose whether to obey or not.

“I accept their judgment in good faith. I am a product of the judiciary.

“My lawyers will now look at the judgement and advise what is the next line action.

Mr Oshiomhole has the option of heading to the Supreme Court to seek judicial relief. In his absence as chairman of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Senator Abiola Ajimobi is now Acting Chairman.


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