- On September 6, 2023, the presidential election tribunal in Abuja threw out petitions against Bola Tinubu in the February presidential election
- A five-member panel of the court which sat for over 10 hours upheld Tinubu’s victory in the poll
- Reacting, the spiritual leader of the Revival and Restoration Global Mission, Prophet Kingsley Okwuwe, said Nigeria's judicial system has become "a slave to the presidency"
FCT, Abuja - Pastor Kingsley Okwuwe of the Revival and Restoration Global Mission has said the Nigerian judiciary could be likened to Adam and Lucifer.
The cleric, who released a prophecy via his official YouTube page, on Monday, September 11, described the judiciary as "a slave to the presidency".
"Justice Tsammani-led tribunal rebellious": Cleric
According to him, the five-man panel led by Justice Haruna Tsammani ‘desecrated’ the hallowed place of justice last week.
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Legit reports that apart from Justice Tsammani, other judges who decided the presidential electoral dispute case are Justice Stephen Adah, Justice Misitura Bolaji-Yusuf, Justice Boloukuoromo Ugoh, and Justice Abba Mohammed.
Pastor Okwuwe said:
“Let me speak about the secret of the tribunal. The judiciary is likened to Adam and Lucifer. This relationship has made the judiciary to be slave to the presidency.”
“The five judges were rebellious and they went ahead to do the evil.
“The evil was so desecrating, and The Lord said ‘cursed is the five of them, except they amend their ways’.”
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The court held that the petitions against him lacked merit.
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Legit also reported that the Labour Party (LP) rejected the judgment of the tribunal upholding Tinubu as the winner of the February 2023 election.
The party said it would consult its lawyers and decide the next step.
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