Read The Full Text Of Atiku’s World Press Conference Speech On Supreme Court Judgment

Read What Atiku Said As Court Nullifies Plan To Sack Tinubu Ahead of Inauguration

by Victor Ndubuisi

Despite the Supreme Court rejecting his party’s appeal, the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar is steadfast in his quest of justice.

Atiku declared his intention to keep contesting the election results in a tweet from his verified Twitter account.

Atiku wrote, “The Supreme Court’s dismissal of the case of the @OfficialPDPNig is not a setback to my quest for justice.

BREAKING: Supreme Court Dismisses PDP Suit Against Tinubu, Shettima

“Our legal team are primed to robustly prove that the election of February 25 was fraudulent, did not comply with the constitutional requirements and the electoral guidelines of the Independent National Electoral Commission, @inecnigeria, and that the announced winner was not even qualified to contest the poll.


“The battle for democracy and the enthronement of a new order to spur growth and development in Nigeria is one to which I have committed my all and for which I am not ready to walk away at this point when our nation is at crossroads.

“We know that sooner than later, our esteemed Justices will make the pronouncement that will serve as a befitting requiem for mandate bandits.”

As they pursue their case before the Presidential Election Tribunal Court, the former vice president urged his followers to be patient and behave civilly.

Fear As Supreme Court Delivers Judgement On Tinubu-Shettima’s Election Victory

Newsmen remembers that the Supreme Court previously upheld Bola Tinubu’s eligibility, rejecting the PDP’s appeal that claimed Tinubu’s vice president-elect, Kashim Shettima, was improperly nominated for two seats.

In an effort to invalidate Tinubu and Shettima’s candidacy and have their names removed from the candidate list, the PDP had alleged that Shettima’s dual nomination had violated election law.

However, the court determined in a unanimous verdict that the PDP lacked the legal authority to interfere in the nomination processes of the ruling All Progressives Congress, reiterating earlier decisions from the Court of Appeal and the Federal High Court.



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