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Presidential Election Petition Tribunal Urged to Prioritize the Will of Nigerians

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Presidential Election Petition Tribunal Urged to Prioritize the Will of Nigerians
As the final judgment of the presidential election petition tribunal approaches, Pastor Adewale Giwa has urged the judicial panel to prioritize the will of Nigerians. He emphasized that the destiny of Nigeria's democracy lies in their hands and urged them not to jeopardize it. The pastor also urged the judges to critically examine the petitions before them and provide justice for the people.

Ondo, Akure - Ahead of the much-anticipated verdict of the 2023 presidential election petition tribunal, the judicial panel has been urged to put the will of Nigerians first before administering their final judgment.

This appeal was made via a statement issued in Akure, Ondo State, by the senior pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming Of Christ Ministries, Adewale Giwa.

As contained in the statement reported by Vanguard, Pastor Giwa harped that the destiny of Nigeria's democracy lies in the hands of the judicial panel of the tribunal, and they must not jeopardize it.

Pastor Giwa said:

"I hope my advice is not coming too late. Nonetheless, it is important to let you know that the future of Nigeria depends on the choices and decisions you will make on Wednesday.

"You must have concluded on the decisions to either allow justice to take its course or to upturn justice.

"However, do know that the greatest mistake you could make is to subvert the will of Nigerians."

The prominent pastor urged the judges to refrain from allowing history to replicate itself, charging them to examine the petition and deliver a judgment of the people.

He said:

"Do not allow history repeat itself by making sure you critically examine petitions before you and officially provide justice for the people.

"Whatever judgment you must have written down before the main judgment on Wednesday, please, reconsider and consider Nigerians."

The final judgment of the presidential election petition tribunal will be delivered on Wednesday, September 6, at the Federal Appeal Court sitting in Abuja, and it will be televised nationwide as Nigerians await the outcome and wins the legal battle between President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, Atiku Abubakar, and Peter Obi.

Meanwhile, the Labour Party (LP) has expressed optimism that the presidential election petition tribunal's final verdict will favor their candidate, Peter Obi.

Obiora Ifoh, the National Publicity Secretary of the party, stated this ahead of the crucial verdict slated for Wednesday, September 6.

In less than 24 hours, all concerned parties will head to the Federal Court of Appeal in Abuja for the verdict that will be televised nationwide.

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