“They’ve Refused to Simply Move On”: Ezekwesili Expresses Admiration for Obidients After Tribunal Judgement

“They’ve Refused to Simply Move On”: Ezekwesili Expresses Admiration for Obidients After Tribunal Judgement
“They’ve Refused to Simply Move On”: Ezekwesili Expresses Admiration for Obidients After Tribunal Judgement

A former minister, , has broken her silence on President Bola Ahmed 's victory at the Presidential Election Petitions (PEPT) said the tribunal's judgement is rightly being contested because democracy belongs to citizens — not politicians The erstwhile minister aimed a subtle dig at Pastor Adefarasin, the Prelate of the House on the Rock church…

, , a former minister of , has expressed admiration for supporters of and Abubakar.

's commendation comes against the backdrop of the judgement by the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal (PEPT) which dismissed the cases brought to it by Messrs and . Ezekwesili has broken her silence on President Bola 's victory at the tribunal. CONTINUE.FULL.READING>>>

Photo credits: Obiageli Oby Ezekwesili, Adefarasin Source: “All eyes on judiciary still popular”: Ezekwesili READ ALSO “ will be declared Nigeria's president soon”: Cleric shares prophecy Recall after an almost 10-hour verdict on Wednesday, September 6, judges at the tribunal said the petitions by President 's two main challengers were without merit.

But Atiku of the Peoples Democratic Party () and ( Party, LP) alleged injustice and vowed to approach the . The decision of the two opposition leaders not to concede defeat has been hailed by some Obidients, a sobriquet for staunch supporters of Obi. PAY ATTENTION: Follow on Instagram – get the most important directly in your favourite app! Reacting to the tribunal's judgement 48 hours after, Ezekwesili, a supporter of Obi, seemed to subtly criticise Pastor Paul Adefarasin, a Lagos-based cleric, who recently told Nigerians that it's time to “move on”. The ex-minister wrote on her verified X (formerly Twitter) handle on Friday, September 8: “The #PEPTJudgement is rightly being contested by the petitioners who have headed to the final arbiter, the .

“Democracy belongs to Citizens, not politicians and regulators, no matter how entrenched they may be. “So #AllEyesOnTheJudiciary is still a thing, until the entire Constitutional Process is exhausted. Liberating society and people from an entrenched and perverse political is never a dash. Stand on.” Tribunal: Adefarasin tells Nigerians to ‘move on' Earlier, reported that Pastor Adefarasin told Nigerians to move on from their past while using the Saul and David reference from the Bible. He stated this in his recent sermon on social media, leaving the cleric to suffer a backlash from netizens.

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  1. D pastor was simply expressing his personal view/opinion which is his human right. But to me, moving on while evil thrives is what has brought Nigeria to her knees. Dis sham of a judgment is so shameful and disappointing. Not bcos Tinubu’s election was upheld, but d manner. How could u be looking at such evidences and give such judgment. Even, d 25%%, ruling was saying no big deal about Abuja which contravenes d 2006 judgement between Buhari and OBJ. I don’t understand how dis guys reason but it seems it’s just d power of money that has overwhelmed them.
    Judiciary as at today is a huge disgrace to us as a country.

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