The Labour Party candidate for Owerri Municipal State Constituency in the 2023 general election, Hon. Clinton Amadi has hailed the judgement of the Federal High Court in Owerri, that declared him qualified to contest the 2023 general election.
Amadi was dragged to court by the All Progressives Congress and its candidate for Owerri Municipal, Ugochukwu Obodo who prayed the court to disqualify the Labour Party candidate from contesting the 2023 Imo State House of Assembly election.
Reacting to the court judgement which ruled in his favour, Amadi, weekend, dedicated his victory to all the democracy-loving people of Owerri Municipal constituency, saying that the judiciary has once again proven to be the last hope of the common man.
He insisted that his opponents were afraid of testing their popularity in the field and however, expressed satisfaction that they failed woefully in their bid to stop him from contesting the election.

The Labour Party candidate said the court verdict was a further confirmation of his victory in the coming elections and called on his opponents to join hands with him and develop Owerri Municipal in the interest of the constituents.
Amadi reiterated his avowed commitment to make the Constituency the envy of others when elected, referring anyone in doubt of his capacity, to check his antecedents as a former Majority Leader of the Imo State House of Assembly.
The former lawmaker maintained that Owerri Municipal is blessed with hardworking men and women, particularly youths with enormous potentials yet to be harnessed, and promised to help them rediscover their talents when elected.
He sued for peace among all the candidates jostling for the position and advised his opponents not to see the coming election as a do or die affair, but an opportunity to sell themselves to the people and become more relevant in the society.

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