Mr. Nasarawa: Mr. Maku and Mr. Omeri never visited Ganduje to celebrate Governor Sule's victory - PDP

Mr. Nasarawa: Mr. Maku and Mr. Omeri never visited Ganduje to celebrate Governor Sule’s victory – PDP

The Nasarawa State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) reports that former Information Minister Labalan Maku visited All Progressives Congress, APC, National Chairman Abdullahi Ganduje to congratulate Governor AA Sule on his victory in the Court of Appeal. I kept my distance from.

It is claimed that Mr Maku and former NOA Director-General Mike Omeri visited Ganduje to celebrate Governor Sule’s victory in the Court of Appeal.

In response, the party’s state branch said Maku and Omeri had never participated in any such event.

In a statement, Omeri, the Media and Public Relations Manager of the PDP Governorship Campaign Council, said the report was the work of mischief makers.

The statement reads: “The attention of the Nasarawa State PDP Governorship Election Council is that the council’s Secretary-General and former Minister of Information, Mr. Labalan Mak (CON), and the Media Director, Mr. Mike Omery (OFR), Spokesperson and former NOA Executive Director, accompanied Governor AA Sule to celebrate the victory of Governor AA Sule in the Court of Appeal which invalidated the election judgment. I visited the chief, Mr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, and removed him in the petition tribunal.

“We would like to firmly refute and debunk this mischievous media report as an unsubstantiated allegation, as our Director General and the Director of Media and Public Relations have no responsibility for such events. Punch.

“We remain steadfast in our resolve to restore the electoral mandate of our governorship candidate, Dr. David Ombugadu, as previously announced by the PDP State Chairman, Mr. Francis Emokela Ologu, to seek redress for the erroneous judgment. Let me reiterate here that the Supreme Court’s Court of Appeals.

“Therefore, we urge public authorities and media outlets to be careful before disseminating information, as the spread of misinformation can undermine democratic processes and have serious consequences for individuals and our political parties. We urge you to pay attention and verify your information.”

“For the foregoing, we demand that Punch Newspaper immediately retract its false reporting and issue an unreserved apology. Otherwise, it should be prepared to meet us in court.”

“Our campaign remains focused on the principles of fairness, justice and the well-being of the people of Nasarawa. We urge all stakeholders, including the media, to uphold the highest standards of journalistic integrity and reporting accuracy. I urge you to maintain your sexuality.”


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