Guber judgement: Your decision ‘ll promote or mar peace, unity of Nasarawa— residents tells S/Court

***Expresses confidence in the supreme court, says Tinubu remains epitom of peace

AHEAD of the supreme court judgement on the governorship election in Nasarawa state, residents of the state Friday appealed to the Apex court to deliver judgement that would guarantee the peace and unity of the state.

It would be recalled that the governorship election appeal before the Apex court has been slated for hearing on Tuesday 16th of January 2024.

Making the appeal while reacting to judgement delivered so far, residents who expressed confidence on the judiciary advised the Apex court against delivering judgement that could plague the state into crisis situation

“We want to appeal to the justices to handle the case of Nasarawa with human face, avoid giving judgement that would bring disunity, sow seed of discords, integration and division among the people”.

“We Collectively and unanimously gave our mandate to a candidate accepted by all , so technicality should not be avoided in the case of Nasarawa. Our appeal is to return our overwhelming mandate given during the March 18th, 2023 governorship election”

According to a cross session of the residents who lamented the out come of the Appeal court against the wishes of the Nasarawa people, urged the supreme court to look at the merit of the case, identify with the popular mandate of the people in the interest of peace, unity and cohesion in which the state is known for over time.

A youth leader in Akwanga Local government Area of the state, Ewuga James commended president Bola Ahmed Tinubu for not interfering with the supreme court judgement so far delivered appealing that such atmosphere be created to ensure that peace is guaranteed in Nasarawa.

He however caution against judgement that could plague the state into a crisis situation by looking the other way during the governorship judgement.

“Nasarawa state has been over the years a peaceful and loving state. We must do all we can to remain an indivisible state. This, those saddle with the responsibility of determining the peace and unity of the state must follow irrespective of religion ethnic or political interest to sustain the oneness of the state

“Our collective interest aught not be sacrifice on the basis of religion, ethnic or political inclinations. They only panacea for the sustenance of our collective bargaining should be anchored on the fact that general interest be placed above individual.

Residents call on president Bola Tinubu to write his name in the sands of time to allow the wishes of the Nasarawa people prevail rather than plauging the state into reckless killing of citizens on the basis of political parties or interest


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