While speaking during a recent interview, Bishop Mathew Hassan Kukah was asked what his verdict was on the outcome of the just concluded 2023 presidential during which he revealed his takes.
While responding to the question, Bishop Kukah said what he thinks about the outcome of the election at this moment is immaterial. He said what any body thinks about the election is no longer important because whether INEC did a good job or not was no longer necessary because the decision Peter Obi and Atiku have taken so far has put an end to any form of speculations. He said we should just sit back and watch the outcome of the legal process.
He said what he thinks about INEC's conduct of the election is really not important because the court would now test the elasticity of the argument. He said he's happy that Peter Obi and Atiku are not discouraged by the prejudices and negative opinions that people have about the supreme Court.
In his words "What I think and what I feel (about the election) are immaterial and what anybody thinks - none of those things are now important. Whether INEC did a good job or did not do a good just, most of that is not necessary because the decision taken by Mr Peter Obi and Atiku put bait to any form of speculations. Human interference has been taken out of this process so what we now need to do is to sit down, watch and see how that process is going to play out."
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