‘It’s time for them to have some sense’, Keyamo throws jabs at opposition after PEPC judgment

‘It’s time for them to have some sense’, Keyamo throws jabs at opposition after PEPC judgment

‘It's time for them to have some sense', throws jabs at opposition after judgment

The Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, (SAN), on Wednesday night, threw jabs at the opposition in the aftermath of the judgment of the Presidential Election Petition () which validated the victory of President at the February 25, 2023 presidential election. CONTINUE.FULL.READING>>>

According to , it's time for the unnamed opposition, arguably Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party () and of the Party (LP) to have some sense and embrace President 's and national reconciliation.

Keyamo, who stated this on Wednesday night on his verified handle on X, formerly Twitter, wrote: “Today, Daniel has come to judgment: whether it is the fake drug issue or the 25% issue or the issue of IREV, EVERY SINGLE thing some of have always shouted ourselves hoarse about during the campaigns and post-campaigns have been PROVED ABSOLUTELY RIGHT.

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“It only reassures some of us to always stand up for what we believe in, even if it appears to be against the temporary tide! Eventually, posterity will always vindicate the just! Huge congratulations to @officialABAT for this judicial vindication from all the wicked lies against his person. , it is time for them to have some sense and embrace his and national reconciliation!”

Ripples reports that the PEPC, on Wednesday, dismissed the petitions by and his party, LP, and his party, and the Allied Peoples Movement (APM), declaring them - meritorious.

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