– The Imo state chapter of the PDP has gone spiritual in its quest to get Ihedioha restored as the governor of the state

– The party has declared 7-day fasting and prayer which is to commence on Sunday, February 9

– Recall that Ihedioha himself has assembled 30 lawyers to help him get a favourable judgement as he seeks a review of the verdict which sacked him as Imo governor

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Imo state is not taking every measure to ensure it returns to power in the state after the Supreme Court verdict ousted its governorship candidate from the government house.

The party, after taking the legal step of requesting for the review of the verdict, went spiritual on Saturday, February 8, declaring 7-day fasting and prayer to ensure Emeka Ihedioha get a favourable ruling.

The Nation reports that the new development was disclosed by the party’s state secretary, Nze Ray Emeana.

The Imo state chapter of the PDP has declared 7-day prayers, fasting to restore Ihedioha’s mandate
Source: UGC

Legit.ng gathers that the fasting and prayers were scheduled to start on Sunday, February 9, while party members were to be in black attires throughout the week.

The local government executives of the party were also instructed to request for mass in their local churches and assemble at LGA party secretariat daily at noon for prayers and breaking of fast.

The party said the only prayer point to be addressed is for the Supreme Court to review the judgement in favour of Ihedioha.

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that it was obvious that Ihedioha was not willing to back down after he was removed from his office by a Supreme court ruling.

After filing an application that the apex court should set aside its verdict that installed Hope Uzodinma as the new governor of the state, Ihedioha on Wednesday, February 5, said that he has hired a team over 30 lawyers for the imminent re-awakening of a legal battle.

Confirming the development, a former Attorney-General of the state, Ndukwe Nnawuchi, said that the team has studied the judgment of the court and has told Ihedioha what to do based on their professional experience