Labour Party Rejects the PEPC Judgement and Vows to Fight for Justice

By Mohammed Bello Doka.

Nigeria, 06-09-2023 - In a shocking turn of events, the Labour Party has expressed its deep disappointment and outright rejection of the recent judgment made by the Presidential Election Petition Court (PEPC). Led by Justice Haruna Tsammani, the five-man panel dismissed the petitions brought forth by the party, leaving the Labour Party feeling that justice was not served and the desires of the people were not reflected.

The Labour Party firmly believes that the Nigerian population was witness to an egregious act of electoral robbery on February 25, 2023. This act received global condemnation, yet the tribunal, in what can only be described as a perplexing decision, refused to acknowledge the blatant evidence.
At stake here is the very foundation of democracy, and the Labour Party refuses to relent until the will of the people prevails. This battle for justice has been waged fearlessly by our team of lawyers, who have shown unwavering determination in their pursuit of truth and fairness. We commend their tireless efforts in exposing the flaws within our system.

"While we weep for democracy in Nigeria, we refuse to give up on our beloved nation," stated Obiora Ifoh, the National Publicity Secretary of the Labour Party. A new Nigeria, one built on the principles of transparency and accountability, remains a possibility and something worth fighting for.
The details of the party's official position will be presented once our lawyers have had the opportunity to thoroughly review the Certified True Copy of the judgement, which we eagerly await. It is only after this consultation that the Labour Party will articulate its next steps in this battle for justice and democratic integrity.

In light of these events, the Labour Party calls upon all those who cherish democracy to remain focused and hopeful. Together, we can build a brighter future, where the will of the people is genuinely respected and upheld.

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