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LP candidate reacts to tribunal’s order for rerun polls in Eti-Osa


LP candidate reacts to tribunal's order for rerun polls in Eti-Osa

Thaddeus Attah, the House of Representatives member representing Eti-Osa Federal Constituency, has vehemently denied recent reports suggesting that he was sacked by the tribunal.

The reports claimed that the petition tribunal in Lagos State had nullified the House of Representatives election for the Eti-Osa Federal Constituency and dethroned the declared Labour Party candidate.

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Taking to his Twitter page to address the issue directly, Attah clarified that he has not been sacked as previously reported.

He explained that the tribunal’s decision was to order a supplementary election in the 32 polling units where the initial election did not take place.

In his statement, Attah sought to ease any concerns among his constituents, assuring them that there was no reason for alarm. He expressed his unwavering commitment to serving the people of Etiosa and pledged to continue working diligently for their benefit.

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“No cause for alarm! I am here to clarify that I was not sacked. The Tribunal has simply ordered a re-run (supplementary election) in the 32 polling units where elections did not hold. We will continue working for Etiosa. I urge constituents to keep calm as we are unshaken. We will get through this together,” he affirmed.

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