Presidential tribunal: Buhari's victory in court upholds Nigerians' will on corruption - Group

Presidential tribunal: Buhari's victory in court upholds Nigerians' will on corruption - Group

- A coalition has congratulated President Muhammadu Buhari on his victory at the presidential tribunal

- The coalition said tribunal judgment in favour of President Buhari upholds the will of Nigerians over corruption

- According to the coalition, should endeavour to use the tribunal's verdict as an opportunity to roll out the final phase of his reforms for Nigeria

The National Coalition for Change (NCC) the judgement upheld the will of Nigerians over corruption activities among top shots and many others presidential election in favour of President Muhammadu Buhari.

The National Coalition for Change (NCC) the judgement upheld the will of Nigerians over corruption activities among top shots and many others.

The NCC's secretary general, Jeremiah Giwa, called on the president to use the tribunal's verdict as an opportunity to roll out the final phase of his reforms for Nigeria.

Giwa said also urged the major opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its presidential candidate to pursue their rights in a manner that does not threaten the peace and unity of Nigeria.

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Also stating the the tribunal's judgement is a victory for Nigeria's democracy, Giwa said the verdict would go an extra mile to prove that propaganda, even when deployed by corrupt moneybags, is no match for the will of the people and the rule of law.

Describing the tribunal judges as the true heroes of Nigeria's democracy, Giwa said they have proven that upright men who cannot be swayed by ethno-religious sentiments and bribes can still be found in the country.

"Prior to the Tribunal’s verdict, the impressive reduction in the intensity of crimes before and after the election is well documented; we shall therefore hold Atiku and the PDP responsible for any upsurge in terrorist attacks, banditry, kidnapping, ethno-religious strife and other spikes in crime in the aftermath of the ruling," Giwa said.

"We congratulate Nigerians on being saved from the desperadoes that had attempted to exploit the judiciary as a tool to overthrow the government they had overwhelmingly entrusted with the mandate to administer the country," he added.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that President Buhari's victory in the 2019 presidential election was upheld by tribunal on Wednesday, September 11.

The tribunal during its judgement dismissed most of the petition filed by Atiku Abubakar and the PDP

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