Judgment Review: Kwankwaso Oblivious Of Judicial Processes

According to the statement, Malam Garba pointed out that while some legal practitioners are looking at technical issues on the two cases, in Kano it is entirely a different game....

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Kano state commissioner for information, Malam Muhammad Garba has said that the call for the review of the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal and the Tribunal judgment on the governorship election by Senator Rabi’u Musa Kwankwaso is a clear testimony of the former governor’s total obliviousness on the jurisdictional procedures that affirmed Dr. Abdullhi Umar Ganduje as elected governor.

A statement signed by the state commissioner for Information, Malam Muhammad Garba, stated that it was very surprising that Kwankwaso is calling for such review on no grounds considering their glaring defeat and acceptance of the same.

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The statement said the Senator, who is quoted to have claimed ‘’voter disenfranchisement and manipulation of judicial processes” in the Kano case, is just being driven by his mawkishness and apparently by the recent development in Imo and Bayelsa states, which scenarios are in no way comparable.

According to the statement, Malam Garba pointed out that while some legal practitioners are looking at technical issues on the two cases, in Kano it is entirely a different game.

‘’The petitioner (People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Kano failed to neither substantively provide evidence that there was any irregularity in the election held on March 9 nor produce direct evidence to prove to the courts that they were not defeated in the March 23 supplementary election.’’

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‘’What the Supreme Court ruled was the affirmation of the judgement of the tribunal and Court if Appeal. That is to say, the PDP failed woefully to prove their case and that is the substance of the case. Therefore, there is no basis what so ever for review of Kano case.’’

In the statement, Garba said this move is a failed agitation and part of a strategy to keep his disillusioned supporters to continue to remain hopeful and to divert the attention of the government which is focused on the execution of laudable developmental program particularly now that all litigations are over.

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He expressed optimism that the judiciary would not allow itself to be pushed to the path of anarchy in a futile attempt to subvert justice.

The Commissioner also called on the people of Kano state to shun the frolics of self-centred politicians who are always bent on heating up the polity to their disadvantage.

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