Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the People's Democratic Party (PDP), remains undeterred by the Supreme Court's dismissal of the PDP's case. He asserts that this setback will not hinder his pursuit of justice. Abubakar assures his supporters that his legal team is fully prepared to vigorously demonstrate that the February 25 election was marred by fraud, non-compliance with constitutional requirements, and violation of the electoral guidelines set by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). Moreover, he claims that the declared winner was unqualified to participate in the poll.
Abubakar is steadfast in his commitment to the battle for democracy and the establishment of a new order that will foster Nigeria's growth and development. He refuses to abandon this cause at a critical juncture for the nation. Anticipating a favorable outcome, he trusts that the esteemed Justices will ultimately pronounce a fitting requiem for those who have stolen mandates.
In the meantime, Abubakar urges his supporters to remain patient and conduct themselves peacefully as they pursue their legal actions at the Presidential Election Tribunal Court.
Credit: Twitter (Atiku Abubakar)
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