The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kwara State may not participate in the Saturday local government election because of its bid to compel the State Electoral Commission (KWASIEC) shift the poll has not been heard in court.

The suit started suffering a setback when the assigned judge proceeded on an annual vacation and new judge had only fixed next month to hear the APC suit.

The party is, however, yet to conduct congress, elect officers and field any candidate for the election as stated in the KWASIEC’s guidelines.

A faction of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the state had also failed to secure court injunction to restrain KWASIEC from conducting the local government election because it could not serve its rival faction, which is a co-respondent in the matter, a court summon.

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