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Abba Moro worried over confusing judgements of election petitions

Abba Moro
Abba Moro worried over confusing judgements of election petitions
Abba Moro
Abba Moro

Senate Minority Leader, Abba Moro, has expressed his worries over the duplicitous and unconvincing judgements emanating from the judiciary on election petitions.

Moro, while speaking at an Expanded Stakeholders Meeting of Benue State Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Makurdi, warned of a gradual sliding of the country into “a state of nature” with disregard for the rule of law on the ascendancy, particularly the chaotic judgements on election petitions.

He lamented that these are about the most difficult of times being faced by Nigerians with the woes of insecurity and a crumbling economy, especially the free fall of the Naira.

He said as leader of the opposition political blocs in the Senate, he will work to ensure things are put back on track.

In his remark, Benue State Chairman of PDP, Sir John Ngbede, admomished the party’s teeming members and supporters to keep faith with it and remain committed.

He reminded them that PDP remains the party of choice for the people of Benue who are well aware of its unmatched track record of credible performance and working partnership with them since 1999.

Sir Ngbede who was Benue PDP’s 2023 deputy governorship candidate expressed a resolve to continue to run the affairs of the party with utmost dedication to duty driven by the consciousness of its obligation to the people to keep the government of the day on its toes.

The Benue State governorship candidate of PDP, Engr. Titus Uba charged the party’s faithful to remain positive on the chances of justice being done to his petition at the Supreme Court where he is challenging the judgement of the Court of Appeal which upheld the election of Governor Hyacinth Alia.

He expressed gratitude to the leadership of the party and its followers for their support throughout the struggle at the law courts.

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