- Senator Shehu Sani has reacted to the sack of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) legislators in the Plateau state
- The former lawmaker said the sack of the PDP legislators is “one of the most tragic and comical rulings”
- Sani said the judgement should not be allowed to stand because justice is becoming a Ludo in the country
Sani described the sack of the PDP lawmakers as “one of the most tragic and comical rulings.”
The judgement must not stand
In a post shared on his X handle (formerly Twitter)@ShehuSani, he faulted the ruling of the tribunal based on the fact that “their party have no structure”.
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The former federal lawmaker said “Justice is becoming a Ludo” and should be allowed to stand.
“The Sacking of Honorable Beni Lar, House of Reps member and other Legislators from Plateau State by the Election Tribunal on the grounds that “their party have no structure” is one of the most tragic and comical rulings in this season of judicial magic and mysteries. Justice is becoming a Ludo. This can’t stand and must not stand.”
Tribunal sacks 3 PDP lawmakers in Plateau
These lawmakers are Remvyat Nanbol, Agbalak Adukuchill and Happiness Akawu, representing Langtang Central, Rukuba/Iregwe and Pengana constituencies in the state parliament.
Tribunal Sacks PDP Senator, Declares Tinubu's Minister Lalong as Winner
The National and State Petition Election Tribunal sitting in Jos has declared the Minister of Labour and Employment, Simon Lalong, the Plateau South Senatorial Election winner.
The tribunal gave the judgement after sacking Senator Napoleon Bali of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Tribunal sacks PDP lawmaker in Plateau
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that the National Assembly Election Petitions Tribunal sitting in Jos, Plateau State, has set aside the election victory of Peter Gyengdeng, as the lawmaker representing Barkin/Riyom Federal Constituency of the state.
Shehu Sani Predicts What May Happen if Court Sacks Tinubu
Sani said regardless of the final verdict of the presidential election petition court, the opposition will “move on”.
Writing on his verified Twitter handle, Sani said in the event President Bola Tinubu is removed from office by the court, a certain prominent Kaduna state indigene will severely criticise the former Lagos state governor.