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APC chieftains reveal why PDP should not appeal tribunal judgement



The heads of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the Kaduna state have urged the Popular Democratic Party (PDP) not to waste their time and resources appealing the court ruling that confirmed the re-election of Governor Nasir El-rufai.

Latest Nigeria newspaper report that They advised the main opposition party that he would instead go and prepare for the general elections of 2023. APC chiefs called on Saturday in Igabi LGA of Kaduna state while celebrating the victory of Governor El-Rufai in court.

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Speaking on occasion, the former member of the House of Representatives, HE. Ibrahim Bello Rigachikun said that the PDP’s request was expelled from the court both in the Kaduna governorate and in the presidential elections because they could not prove their allegations of irregularities.

According to him, “in the court of justice, if you have no substance, there is no need to fight.” So, the PDP doesn’t have a case, and they should go and start preparing for 2023, instead of wasting time to appeal the court ruling. ”

Latest Nigeria newspaper report that the candidate for the House of Representatives in the 2015 general elections and the organizer of the event, Hajia Rabi Salisu, said they chose to celebrate because Governor El-Rufai had begun in 100 days to fulfill his campaign promises.

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“Our governor is a leading example because he is the first governor in this entire federation to begin implementing the minimum wage N30,000 when others are still shuffling. Even if it is just this minimum wage, it is supposed to be held throughout the country, not even in the state of Kaduna alone,” he said.

Latest Nigeria newspaper report that Hajia Rabi asked the people of the state of Kaduna, including the opposition, to support the government of Governor El-Rufai to allow him to deliver more dividends of democracy to the people.