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Uche Secondus Reacts as Supreme Court Puts to Rest #AtikuIsComing

By OMA | 30-10-2019 | Politics |  

Atiku might no longer be coming as Supreme Court Dismisses petition

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No Satisfied by the Appeal Court on Judgement of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal (PEPT), the PDP Had asked the APC for a date at the Supreme court to challenge the February 2019 Presidential Elections that declared Muhammadu Buhari the APC Candidate winner of that election.

Breaking News and trending all of today both on social and conventional media was the news of the Supreme Court Dismissing Atiku's Petition.

The petition was said to have been dismissed in its entirety.

In a tweet sighted from Atiku Abubakar on twitter, @atiku had tweeted

"The Supreme court is not infallible because if it Final, it is Final because it is Infallible"

In reaction to the dismissal by the Supreme Court of the PDP Petition against the APC's Muhammadu Buhari.

Reacting after the Judgment, PDP Chairman Prince Uche Secondus was quoted as haven said

"Only God can bail Nigeria out"

Secondus opined that, though the Supreme court had dismmissed the appeal of the party and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar Against the victory of President Muhammadu Buhari, the final judgement comes from God almighty, Stating that Nigeria is in such an untidy state and only God can bail her out.

Secondus speaking through his media aide Ike Abonyi, urged Nigerians to remain resolute in their prayers to God.

Secondus commended Nigerians on their Commitment and suppourt to the PDP and to democracy.

He said the Commitment of Nigerians to democracy and its tenets, "despite inhibiting factors", is worthy of emulation and highly commendable.

He said, We Thank you for your suppourt for PDP, for your commitment to democracy.

"Nigerians know you voted PDP, even APC knows that you rejected them on febuary 23rd, 2019.

"International community knows you voted for PDP. If Supreme Court of seven Justices says otherwise, leave it to God, the Ultimate Judge".