Owan Enoh Drops Further Litigation Over APC Guber Ticket, Vows To Work For The Success Of Party

By Jimmy Jackson 

Sen. Owan Enoh, an aggrieved APC Gubernatorial aspirants for the 2023 general elections says he is willing to work for the success of the party, ending further litigation.

Sen. Enoh who lost the APC Gubernatorial ticket in Cross River state to Sen Prince Otu had approached the Federal High Court seeking the disqualification of Prince Otu and the Court of Appeal both in Calabar on grounds that Prince Otu was never cleared amongst other irregularities; with both judgement not in his Favour.  

In a press statement signed and issued by Sen. Owan Enoh on Wednesday 28 December 2022, He said that the occasion of the Town Hall Meeting of Tuesday, 20th December, 2022 at the instance of the Presidential candidate of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has gone down as a watershed and turning point for him in seeking further redress in the matter. 

“The public appeal by the Presidential candidate and National Leader of our party is such a humbling experience which I cannot ignore under any circumstance. I have had cause to confer with my immediate family and consult widely with my teeming supporters across the State after that occasion. On this note therefore, I have taken the hard decision to put an end to the litigation and instead work for the success of the party.”

“I wish to call on the leadership of the party in the State to open a new page in the party based on this new development. On this new page, there should be unity, love, and justice to all. May we continue to invest faith in our party for a better tomorrow.”

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