We’ll Win At Supreme Court – PDP Assures Supporters

As the Supreme Court begins its hearings on the Presidential Election Appeal of February 25, 2023, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) expresses unwavering confidence. The party believes that, guided by legal provisions and the presented evidence, the Apex Court will uphold justice in this crucial matter.

In a statement released by Debo Ologunagba, the National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, the primary opposition party underscores the gravity of the issues surrounding the February 2023 Presidential election. They point to alleged rule violations, blatant manipulations, and falsifications that have cast a shadow over Nigeria’s electoral process, raising concerns about the health of democracy in the nation.

The PDP asserts that both Nigerians and the international community are closely watching the Supreme Court’s proceedings, with high hopes for a just and lawful resolution. They anticipate that the Court will meticulously apply existing laws, including the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (1999, as amended), the Electoral Act of 2022, and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) Guidelines and Regulations.

The PDP’s faith in the judicial process reflects the significant role the Supreme Court plays in upholding the principles of democracy. It is a call for transparency, accountability, and the rule of law in the electoral system, as they seek a verdict that ensures the integrity of Nigeria’s democratic processes.

The PDP said the earnest expectation of Nigerians and lovers of democracy across the world is that the Supreme Court will use this case to firmly validate the maxim that the Judiciary is the last hope of the common man.

“Nigerians are therefore optimistic in hoping that the Supreme Court will dispense substantial Justice according to law and fact in the Appeal,” the party said