Lyon’s Running Mate On The Verge Of Suicide Over S’Court Judgement: Sylva

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Timipre Sylva, minister of state for petroleum resources, says Biobarakuma Degi-Eremienyo is at the edge committing suicide following the allegation of certificate forgery against him.

David Lyon of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2019 governorship election in Bayelsa state who was declared winner was sacked by the Supreme court, a day to his swearing-in because his running mate, Degi-Eremienyo allegedly forged certificate.

Sylva, who spoke when he featured on Sunrise Daily, a programme on Channels Television, described the judgment as a matter of life and death, saying he persistently checked on Degi-Eremienyo to be sure that the deputy governor-elect has not harmed himself.

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He said, “Anybody that says it is not a matter of life and death doesn’t really understand the issue. ”

“I’m today, dealing with a former deputy governor that is on the verge of committing suicide. Every day I have to call to be sure that he hasn’t done anything to himself.

“If you were here and somebody just said you forged your certificate, you built your life on that integrity and somebody–seven people, five people, all of a sudden bring everything down, that can actually lead to suicide.

“You’re now stigmatised for life as having forged your certificate.

“If you have a case in court challenging the authenticity of the certificate of a candidate, that is a different problem, but if you say you’re going to establish forgery and you have not heard from the person concerned, then you have not established anything.

“You haven’t gone to school or university where this person studied to confirm the veracity of the certificate and from paper evidence, you condemn such a person, it’s really very sad and for me, it is very dangerous.

“Forgery is supposed to be a criminal offence and when you have this kind of situation you have to come out and correct the impression. There was no forgery here at all. There were just variants of the name on the certificate and the Supreme Court went ahead to uphold the judgment of a lower court.”

Sylva also said the apex court “seemed to have made a decision against the principles of justice”.

He added that: “We are also saying that the Supreme Court has introduced extraneous things to that judgment. That judgment said that the deputy governor had been disqualified, but that judgment did not disqualify the governorship candidate. ”

“Supreme Court went ahead and disqualified the governorship candidate. Where did that come before the court because you don’t give what was not asked?

“We’re not saying that the Supreme Court erred, were saying that they overlooked certain things.”

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1 COMMENT

  1. Make you no commit suicide ooooooooooooo. God;s anger with suicidal s is not funny. Everything that happens is for the name of God to be glorify and draw us closer to Him. Dont look at the storm Look unto the author and the finisher of your destiny and not your destination.

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