2 reasons why I put an end to my litigation against Sen. Bassey Otu… Sen John Owan-Enoh

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In a Wednesday press conference held in Abuja, Sen. John Owan-Enoh a former leading aspirant for the All Progressives Congress, APC Cross gubernatorial ticket has expressed reasons for putting an end to his hitherto litigation against his party’s flag-bearer, Sen. Ntufam John Owan-Enoh NEGROIDHAVEN can report.

Concerning the above, Owan-Enoh said ‘After the last State Governorship primary of our party, I sought a civilized route to address my misgivings through the court which is the acceptable standard in any democracy that is worth its name. I have been dissatisfied with the last two court judgments from the Federal High Court and Court of Appeal both in Calabar. I have the option of proceeding to the Supreme Court to exhaust my inalienable constitutional right to fair hearing and justice.’

However, he would proceed to state the reasons, two of them, for putting an end to litigation. He cited the public intervention of the presidential candidate of the APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, ABAT during the recent town hall in Calabar the state capital metropolis and his conferring with his family members as well as close political associates.

‘The occasion of the Town Hall Meeting of Tuesday 20 December, 2022 at the instance of the Presidential candidate of our party, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu has gone down as a watershed and turning point for me 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’, Owan-Enoh explained.

He would further note that the objective of his decision is underlaid by,

‘The decision I have taken is a pointer for us to achieve a common ground and the ultimate lesson is to remind us that beyond our individual ambitions, we are one people with a shared history’.

 

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