Consequent upon the judgement of Federal Court of Appeal sitting in Akure, Ondo State, Dotun Babayemi who is seeking the validation of his candidature as the authentic gubernatorial candidate of the Osun State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has asserted that the judgement was being evaluated with a view to knowing the next line of action to take.
Babayemi had sued the PDP, INEC and Senator Ademola Adeleke on who flies the flag of the party as its standard bearer in the state governorship election.
But in its ruling on Wednesday, the appellate court in Akure dismissed Babayemi’s case on technical grounds.
However, in a statement issued by his Media Office on Wednesday, he maintained that unless some factors that necessitated the litigation were looked into by the party hierarchy, he might explore redress at the apex court of the land being the Supreme Court.
“We are evaluating all available options and shall act in the best interest of our people” the PDP stalwart insisted
Babayemi stressed further that taking this route became necessary in view of the circumstances that surrounded the party’s affairs in the state in the last few years.
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“Rest assured that for the common good of our party and the people of the state, we shall take a decision about the best way forward, including a possible appeal at the Supreme Court which is highest court of the land” he said.