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Lyon receives sad news, while rehearsing swearing in @ Stadium

So close to winning and then suddenly become losers.

All was set, and no inkling of sad news locking in the horizon.

Nothing suggest, the hand of time will turn against him..Invitation printed, all set for swearing in.

He was even at the state stadium to do dress rehearsal,..and officials were already doing obeisance to him.

Who could believe it then,..News analysis..Bayelsa

Very unfortunate situation , the deputy just put the governor elect in trouble .

News broke that Supreme Court nullified the election of Bayelsa State governor-elect, David Lyon and his running mate, Biobarakuma Degi-Eremienyo, who were already preparing to be inaugurated into office.

A five-man panel of the apex court led by Justice Mary Peter-Odili ordered the Independent National Electoral Commission to withdraw the Certificate of Return issued to the All Progressives Congress’ candidates as the winners of the November 16, 2019 governorship election in the state.

The apex court ordered INEC to issue fresh certificates to the candidates of the party with the next highest votes and with the required constitutional spread of votes in the results of the election, which are the Peoples Democratic Party’s candidates.

Justice Ejembi Ekwo, who read the lead judgment of the apex, made the orders after disqualifying the APC’s deputy governorship candidate, Degi-Eremienyo, as a candidate in the election.

The court upheld the November 12, 2019 judgment of the Federal High Court in Abuja which had disqualified Degi-Eremienyo in the election for submitting forged certificates to INEC.

The court ruled Degi-Eremienyo’s disqualification had infected the joint ticket with which he and the governorship candidate, Lyon, ran for and won the November 16, 2019 election

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