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 they are not bothered about the court ruling.
She stated categorically that they know what is going to happen in court tomorrow. According to her, judging from the proceedings from the Appeal Court to the Supreme Court, they believe the case lacks the merit to usurp the candidacy of Bola Tinubu. She further stated that the Tinubu camp is in full gear ahead of the President-elect inauguration.
She said, ''I'm sure if you follow the whole judgment all the way from the lowest court to the appeal court and to the Supreme Court, you will understand that it's no case. We are not bothered by tomorrow's judgment because we already know what will happen. We know that Asiwaju Bola Tinubu on 29th of May will be sworn in as President of Nigeria. The event for the inauguration has already started.''
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