The Supreme Court will be giving its judgment over the disqualification case filed against Senator Kashim Shettima for double nomination as APC Senatorial candidate and Vice Presidential candidate in the 2023 general election. The APC National Women Leader, Betta Edu has alleged that the Supreme Court judgment will favour Bola Ahmed Tinubu and his vice President-elect.
She stated as a matter of fact that she could place a bet that they will not lose the case tomorrow. She argued that this is because the Supreme Court as an institution considers so many factors about the Nation before giving its verdict. According to her, the situation of the country determines how the judgment will go in this case.
She said, ''I can tell you this, the Supreme Court judgement will go in Tinubu's way and I can bet that with anybody. I'm not trying to preempt the Supreme Court judgment, there is no script at all. But of course, there are several factors that come into play when Supreme Court is issuing a judgment. And one of them is the Stability of the polity of the Nation. It's a holistic judgment and you have to look at the environment and the country as a whole.''
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