Labour Party Condemns Supreme Court’s Verdict, says Nigeria Sliding Towards Dictatorship

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Condemns Supreme Court‘s Verdict Upholding Tinubu’s Election

In a swift and critical response to the Supreme Court‘s recent verdict affirming as the President of Nigeria, the Labour Party, through its National Chairman , has condemned the decision as a “shredding of the sacred fabric of justice and good conscience.”

Julius Abure, the National Chairman of the Labour Party, expressed deep concern over the apex court’s ruling, stating that it was a clear indication that Nigeria is “sliding towards dictatorship.” He voiced his apprehensions regarding the executive branch’s perceived influence over both the judiciary and the legislature.

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Abure further raised concerns about potential persecution and harassment of Labour Party leaders, including himself and the Presidential candidate . He speculated that such actions could be attempts to suppress the party and its mission to bring about a new Nigeria.

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Despite the setback in the , Julius Abure urged members and supporters of the Labour Party to remain vigilant and resolute in their pursuit of a better future for the country. He also called upon the international community to stand in solidarity with Nigerians in their quest for democracy.

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In a statement, Abure declared, “Though we are paying a huge price to achieve a Nigeria of our desire, we are hopeful that we will get to our destination someday. A new Nigeria is still possible.”

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The Supreme Court’s ruling earlier in the day dismissed all petitions filed against Bola Tinubu’s election as President, reaffirming his victory in the February 25th election. The court cited the failure of the petitioners, Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi, to substantiate their allegations of electoral irregularities and non-compliance with the Electoral Act.

The Labour Party’s strong reaction underscores the intense and ongoing debates surrounding the outcome of the 2023 presidential election in Nigeria, signaling the significance of the country’s political landscape and the enduring quest for democratic ideals.

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