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APC Delta State Hails Supreme Court’s Acquittal of Senator Peter Nwaoboshi

In a remarkable turn of events, the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Delta State has expressed its utmost gratitude to the Supreme Court for exonerating Senator Peter Nwaoboshi, the former representative of Delta North, from all charges brought against him by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC). The party hailed the apex court as not only the last hope for the common man but also a beacon of justice for those who are truly innocent.

Elder Omeni Sobotie, the State Chairman of the APC, lauded the Supreme Court for its unwavering commitment to truth and justice. He expressed his joy and gratitude to God for answering the prayers of party members and affirming the innocence of Senator Nwaoboshi, dismissing the politically motivated and baseless charges levied against him by the EFCC.

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Describing Senator Nwaoboshi as a leader who has endured the trials of life, Sobotie quoted Pastor John Maxwell, emphasizing that natural leaders often need to be broken to better serve God and lead people. He highlighted the resilience and strength of character displayed by the senator throughout his ordeal.

Sobotie took a firm stance against those who had mocked and belittled Nwaoboshi, reminding them that no man can ever assume the role of God, regardless of their position or authority. He reiterated that the party’s leadership had always maintained an unwavering faith in the innocence of Senator Nwaoboshi, firmly believing that the EFCC was merely a tool used by the former governor of Delta State to politically prosecute him.

“We knew from the start that the former governor’s administration was using the EFCC to target Peter Nwaoboshi. Today, the Supreme Court’s judgment has vindicated our belief in his innocence. The wickedness of the former governor has finally come to an end,” Sobotie declared.

The State Chairman also expressed deep appreciation to the party leaders who stood by Senator Nwaoboshi throughout his ordeal, particularly Obarisi Ovie Omo-Agege, CFR, the former deputy president of the Senate. He commended Omo-Agege for his exemplary leadership and unwavering support, ensuring that the party never abandoned the former senator during his trying times.

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Meanwhile, in Abuja, the Supreme Court discharged and acquitted Senator Peter Nwaoboshi of all charges brought against him by the EFCC, marking a significant victory for the embattled senator.

With the Supreme Court’s ruling, Senator Nwaoboshi can now focus on serving his constituents and contributing to the development of Delta State without the burden of false accusations hanging over his head. The APC in Delta State hopes that this verdict will bring an end to the politically motivated attacks against their esteemed member.

The acquittal of Senator Nwaoboshi serves as a reminder that justice prevails in our legal system. It is a testament to the resilience and strength of character displayed by the senator throughout this challenging period. As the news spreads, it is expected that this significant development will generate widespread interest and discussion, both within the state and beyond.

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The APC Delta State’s commendation of the Supreme Court’s decision not only highlights their unwavering support for Senator Nwaoboshi but also reflects their commitment to upholding justice and fairness. This news is sure to resonate with readers, as it showcases the triumph of truth over falsehood and serves as a reminder of the importance of a fair and impartial judiciary.

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