Header Ads

Anambra APC 2019 House of Assembly Candidates Congratulate Buhari ¶ Lauds The Judiciary


                                                                By Izunna Okafor

The Coalition of the Anambra APC 2019 House of Candidates has extended their hands of congratulations and felicitation to President Muhammadu Buhari on his recent landslide victory at the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal. This was contained in a congratulatory message released by the group, and signed by its Coordinator, Hon. Paul Ezeobi.


The group in the release simply described the victory as true confirmation that the Nigerians massively voted and supported President Buhari-led Administration and the All Progressive Congress in the February 23rd general election.
The release reads in part: "President Buhari's victory at the February Poll which the tribunal just affirmed was achieved as a result of his goodwill and integrity, as well as his sterling performance in his first tenure in the office, which made the people renew his mandate the second time, as the court has just upheld"

Describing the judiciary as the last hope of the common man, the further commended the PEPT for upholding the truth dispassionately, while delivering the landmark judgement, and for giving all parties involved in the litigation a level playing ground to present their cases in the court. They however implored the judiciary to remain resolute and unwavering in the dispensation of justice at all times and in all cases.
They said "We laud the judiciary not just on account of the fact that our Leader and President won in the court but for the courage they have gathered to remain dogged in the face of extreme intimidation exhibited in the section of media by the petitioners".

Assuring Nigerians of brighter future, the coalition guaranteed that President Buhari will continue to reposition the country in line with the APC 'Change' agenda of taking Nigeria to the Next Level of security, human capacity building, economic repositioning and massive infrastructural developement.


Post a Comment

0 Comments