Supreme Court recognizes Mutofan’s victory – Chan

Supreme Court recognizes Mutofan’s victory – Chan

Former Plateau Governor, Senator Jonah Jang, has expressed confidence that the Supreme Court justices will recognize Governor Caleb Mutofan’s victory at the Supreme Court.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Governor Muthofan’s election was annulled by the Court of Appeal on November 19 because the Plateau branch of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), which he contested and won, lacked structure. Ta.

The governor asked the Supreme Court to overturn the appellate court's decision that threw out his victory.

“Nothing is greater than God,” Chan said while welcoming former MP Moussa Bagos, who was removed from office by the Court of Appeal for the same reason.

The former governor, who is the PDP leader in Plateau, assured the people that by the special grace of God, the judgment of the Court of Appeal will be reconsidered and the elected candidate will be reinstated in the seat.

According to him, the dismissal of all elected members on the platform of the PDP due to lack of organizational structure is an injustice of the highest order abhorred by God, the creator of the universe.

Mr Chan said that contrary to some insinuations that the PDP in the state is divided, the party is united and has a common front.

According to him, elements working for the All Progressives Congress (APC) have finally shown where their true allegiance lies and announced that they are pro-APC.

“They had one foot in the PDP and the other in the APC. They were agents of the APC in the PDP. Some of them contributed to municipal and ward elections during the general elections. Are you there?

“They clearly announced during the election that they are working for the APC. So what is reconciliation all about? Why reconcile with party saboteurs?

“We complied with the court order and Mr. Vitrus Kadze, who they have been using, came and contested the elections, but we lost and hugged the winner. He claims he did not comply with orders.

“The God of Heaven knows that we obeyed the court's orders, but as I said earlier, the God of Heaven is above any court and is a righteous God,” he said. .

Bagos, a former lawmaker representing Jos South/Jos East constituency, said the visit was part of his appreciation tour to thank voters for the mandate given to him in the last general election. .

The former lawmaker said although the court ruled otherwise, he encouraged the public to remain calm and trust God because He will bring justice.

He assured them that the unfortunate circumstances would not affect his determination to continue to influence the lives of Plateau and the next generation of leaders in Nigeria.

Mr. Vagos, who expressed his faith and trust in God, called on all voters to share his faith.

NAN reports that Bagosu was in Dou, Zawan and Giel areas of Jos South local government area as a continuation of his visit to Vuang and Kuru districts that began on Monday.


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