Peter Obi Grassroots Mobilisation Declares Intimidation Campaign Against Judges

In a controversial turn of events, the support group of Peter Obi, the Labour Party's presidential candidate, has escalated their intimidation tactics against the judiciary. This comes after their failure to prove their case at the recently concluded Presidential Election Petition Tribunal in Abuja. The tribunal dismissed the petitions filed by Peter Obi and former Vice President Atiku Abubakar due to lack of evidence, stating that they failed to meet the burden of proof beyond reasonable doubt.

Rather than accepting the verdict delivered by the learned judges, the pro-Peter Obi support groups have chosen to continue their campaign of intimidation. This decision was made evident after the Labour Party rejected the judgment of the five-man panel of the Presidential Election Petition Court, led by Justice Haruna Tsammani. The party's petition against the election of President Bola Tinubu was also dismissed.
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Expressing their dissatisfaction, the Labour Party issued a statement signed by its National Publicity Secretary, Obiora Ifoh. They claimed that justice was not served and that the judgment did not reflect the law or the desires of the people. The party further stated that their next course of action would be determined following consultations with their lawyers and a careful study of the certified true copy of the judgment.

In a startling revelation, Peter Obi Grassroots Mobilisation, a prominent support group, shared a statement on their social media handle. They announced their intention to print about one million shirts featuring the faces of the judges involved in the tribunal. This campaign aims to raise awareness about the perceived injustice and label the judges as agents of national disgrace in Nigeria. The support group strongly believes that these judges will face consequences for what they consider as wickedness against the Nigerian people.
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It remains to be seen how this intimidation campaign will unfold and what impact it will have on the judicial system and public opinion. As the nation awaits further developments, concerns arise regarding the potential implications for the rule of law and the perceived impartiality of the judiciary.

Stay tuned to Abuja Network News for updates on this ongoing story.


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  1. Anyone who print or wear such shirts would be charged for treason. I am sure it will not see the light of the day.
    Simply blackmail that have consequences. Obey the law, relocate to any banana republic or hand over the matter to God.

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