Abba Kabir Yusuf, the Governor of Kano State representing the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP), has expressed his views on the recent State Tribunal Judgement that nullified his election. He described the rulling as a temporary setback and remained steadfast in his commitment to serving the people of Kano State.
Yusuf, in response to the judgement, asserted that it would not discourage him, and he would continue the positive initiatives initiated for the benefit of Kano State’s citizens. He firmly believed that the ruling contained numerous errors and misapplications of the law, and he was confident that it would not stand scrutiny in the appeals process, including the Supreme Court.
He emphasized the legitimacy of his election, citing the overwhelming support of the people of Kano who had cast their votes in his favor. He was resolute in his stance that no one could overturn his victory.
Yusuf urged his supporters and all residents of Kano to uphold the rule of law and exercise patience during this period. He reassured everyone that this judgement did not signify an immediate exit from government, as his administration was still in power. He even mentioned plans for the upcoming weekly Executive Council Meeting, where they would discuss significant projects.
In conclusion, he remained unwavering in his belief that justice would ultimately prevail at the highest court, the Apex Court, and the setback caused by the recent ruling would only be temporary.
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