Imo Governorship: Supreme Court Is Final, Accept judgement – Atiku To Ihedioha, PDP

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By Chibuike Nwabuko

Abuja (Sundiata Post) – Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar has called Emeka Ihedioha and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to accept the Supreme Court judgement that nullified their victory at the State governorship since the court is final

Atiku who disclosed this in a Wednesday said, “With regards to the judgment of the Supreme Court, which nullified the of the candidate of the PDP, Emeka Ihedioha, as Governor of the state of , I can only say that since the Supreme Court is final, we accept its judgment,” Atiku tweeted.

“However unexpected and unpalatable it be. The Rule of law guide our paths even if logic sheds light a different path.”

Nigeria’s Supreme Court on Tuesday nullified the victory of Emeka Ihedioha and declared Senator of the All Progressives Congress (APC) as elected Governor of the state.

The court held that the lower court erred in law when it rejected evidence tendered before it that votes due to from 388 polling units were not credited to APC and Uzodinma.

The court also ordered the immediate swearing-in of Uzodinma as the lawful winner of the March 9, 2019 governorship in State.

Atiku, however, urged Ihedioha not to be deterred by the court judgement but to overcome his setbacks and “come back stronger.”

The PDP in the 2019 urged the party to continue to be the object of hope that the Nigerian people “have for their escape from the prevailing despotism and despair that has gripped almost every aspect of our national life.”

Atiku said Nigeria has gone through despotic times before, and we have survived them and thrived. I am very certain that this history will repeat itself.

My greatest desire, and one I hope to see again in my lifetime, is that Nigeria will fulfil its potential as the land of Unity and Faith, Peace and Progress. These four ideals have been missing from our borders for a while, and all freedom loving Nigerians ought to henceforth work together to bring them back. So help us God, he concluded.