PEPT ruling vindicates Buhari – Gov Sule

Godwin Enna,

Governor Abdullahi Sule of Nasarawa State, has described President Muhammadu Buhari’s victory at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal as a triumph against falsehood.

In a statement issued by Mallam Yakubu Lamai, Director General, Strategic Communication and Press Affairs to the Governor, and made available to Eggonnews on Thursday, congratulated President Buhari for the success at the tribunal.

The statement added that the verdict only served to buttress the fact that truth will always triumph over falsehood, noting that the judgement was a clear affirmation to the fact that the electorate in Nasarawa State stood with President Buhari for his hard earned integrity.

According to the statement, the judgement has affirmed that President Buhari is not only eminently qualified but that he also won the 2019 presidential election have scored the majority lawful votes cast.

It states: “Governor Abdullahi A. Sule hereby congratulates His Excellency, President Muhammadu Buhari on his recent victory at the Presidential Tribunal which unanimously dismissed the petition of the PDP in it’s entirety.

“We in Nasarawa State are comforted by the fact that the Tribunal in the course of it’s judgment affirmed that the facts of the matter (as against any myth or false perception) resoundingly acknowledged according to law that President Muhammadu Buhari was not only eminently qualified to contest the Presidential election, but that Buhari was also won the polls with the majority of the lawful votes cast at the February 2019 Elections.

“(Gov. Sule) Reiterates that truth shall always triumph in the face of falsehood and propaganda, and the pronouncement of the Tribunal is a clear affirmation of this irrevocable fact! We in Nasarawa State stand with Mr. President for his hard won personal integrity which Nigerians will always support and protect”, the statement added.

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