Reactions have continued to trail the recent court judgments which upheld the governorship primaries of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) that produced Senator Emmanuel Bwacha and Colonel Agbu Kefas in Taraba State.
Party chieftains from both the All Progressives Congress and the Peoples Democratic Party expressed divergent views over the court rulings.
For many It is not yet uhuru for the All Progressives Congress and the Peoples Democratic Party in Taraba state.
The director general of the campaign committee of a gubernatorial aspirant of the All Progressives Congress in the state, David Kente, Umar Dorofi Bakari told TVC News that his principal may end up at the supreme court if the party’s internal mechanisms fail to address their grievances.
His views are supported by a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress who insists that the battle for the Governorship Ticket of the party is far from over.
The Public Relations Officer of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party in the state notes that the court judgement is a testament that the Peoples Democratic Party did the right thing during its primaries.
He said that the road is now clear for his candidate to start campaigning fully for the Taraba State Governorship seat.
The Leadership of the two major political parties in Taraba are in the process of appealing to the aggrieved members to sheath their swords.
The issue of the Governorship ticket of the All Progressives Congress and the Peoples Democratic Party in Taraba State has been a thorny one within both parties and members who interested in getting the ticket fighting a battle of their lives to get it.
For the Peoples Democratic Party, Agbu Kefas, a retired Colonel and former party Chairman has gotten the ticket at least as per the verdict of the Court of Appeal on the issue as well as Emmanuel Bwacha for the All Progressives Congress.
The days ahead will show if the moves to find a common ground and put a stop to the Court Cases will help in addressing the situation and prevent further litigations.