The party faulted the timing of the project, saying the All Progressives Congress should have delivered on it earlier.
The APC and Sylva alleged that the tribunal, headed by Justice Adekunle Adeleye, was biassed in the conduct of proceedings, findings and decisions.
He made the disclosure in a statement on Saturday in Abuja.
The Chairman of the party in the state, Abdullahi Bello, spoke on the reported news in a statement on Wednesday.
Meanwhile, the ruling All Progressives Congress expressed concern that the protest may be hijacked.
The Eagle Online recalls that the Controller General of Customs, Adewale Adeniyi, flagged off the sake of the rice.
To overcome the distressing curves of insecurity in Nigeria, the government at the centre must embark on ‘the actualization of the eight important priorities in the 2024 budget: security, job creation, poverty reduction, infrastructure development’, etc. Besides, the Office of the National Security Adviser (ONSA) must be alive to its responsibilities. Lest we forget, the National Orientation Agency (NOA) also has important roles to play in selling the Nigeria project to the people, for it’s the belief in her as a nation that can make her work.
Recall that the National Working Committee of the APC declared the Edo primary election, which held on February 17, 2024 as inconclusive.
Okpebholo polled 12,433 votes to defeat 11 other aspirants who contested the re-run election.
He said his participation would mean legitimizing an illegitimate exercise.
Ohaka had been standing trial on six counts for two years.
The resolution followed the adoption of a motion by Rep. Inuwa Garba (APC-Gombe) during plenary in Abuja.
The declaration came after three of the aspirants declared themselves as winners of the controversial primaries.
The body spoke on the killing in a statement issued in Abuja on Tuesday by its Chairman, Engr. Usman Adaji.
Recall that he was the Coordinator, Media and Publicity Committee, South West, APC Presidential Campaign Council.
He said his resignation from the APC followed the “flawed” governorship primaries, which took place on Saturday.
The spokesman of the Command, Alfred Alabo, confirmed the development on Sunday in a statement in Jos.
Agba spoke in a swift riposte to the controversial outcome of the party’s primaries that was held on Saturday.
The Returning Officer, Stanley Ugboaja, declared Okpebholo the winner with 12,145 votes.
Governor Hope Uzodimma of Imo, the Chairman of the APC Edo governorship primary election committee, said this at the end of the election on Saturday in Benin. Uzodimma said that Idahosa scored 40,4483 votes to defeat eight other aspirants in the race.