Former President of the Nigerian Bar Association, Olumide Osaigbovo Akpata, has expressed that the Labour Party still has hope in the judiciary that justice would be served at the presidential election petition tribunal.
The former NBA boss who is vying for the office of Governor of the State declared this during the rally for the local government election slated for September 2.
Akpata encouraged candidates and electorates in the forthcoming Edo State LGA elections to go out bravely and exercise thier franchise.
He said they have confidence that the right thing would be done during the local government election, as the people will not accept anything other than credible election.
Earlier, the party’s national chairman, Julius Abure, charged members to replicate what they did in the presidential election in the state in the forthcoming local government elections so that the party’s candidates will emerge winners in their various local governments.
Amid commending the governor, Godwin Obaseki for calling for local government elections, Abure also charged Him to be impartial and fair in the process.