The Zamfara State Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Alhaji Lawal Liman, has commended the order of the Court Of Appeal in Abuja on the party’s primary elections in the state.
Liman, when he made the commendation while speaking with the newsmen in Gusau on Friday, described the party’s victory as an anticipated development.
According to reports that the APC primaries crisis had been lingering since October 2018 between the APC factions loyalist to Governor Abdulaziz Yari and that of G8 group, which took the party to various courts seeking redress.
The Abuja Court Of Appeal had yesterday Thursday faulted the High Court judgment, which upheld the decision of the Independent National Electoral Commission not to accept the submitted list of APC candidates in Zamfara State.
The State Chairman said: “This victory is not limited to APC and people of the state, “we consider this as a victory to democracy.
“I think what the Appeal Court Abuja Division has done is a good step to protect democracy in this country.
“Democracy is all about protection of the rights of citizens, so this judgment has protected our rights.”
Liman appealed to aggrieved party members for all hands to be on the desk with the party, to ensure the victory of the party in the state.
The party chairman thanked APC supporters in the state over their support and cooperation despite all the crisis.
He added: “We sincerely have to thank our members from all 147 wards across 14 local government areas of the state.
“Despite the crisis, our members remained with us and whenever we call them they respond to us.” He concluded.