It Is Not Mandatory That Tinubu Must Be Sworn-in – Ibrahim

Amidst the ongoing legal dispute between the Labour Party, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), and the All Progressives Congress (APC) at the Election Petitions Tribunal, Professor Jibrin Ibrahim, a respected figure in Political Science, has expressed his opinion on the potential outcome. Continue Reading>>>

He believes that if the court verdict does not favor them, supporters of Peter Gregory Obi should remain proud rather than disappointed.

During a recent interview on ARISE TV’s ‘Prime Time’ program with Charles Aniagolu, Professor Jibrin, who also serves as the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Premium Times Newspaper, highlighted the remarkable achievements of Labour Party supporters throughout and after the 2023 general elections.Continue Reading>>>

He emphasized that these accomplishments should be a source of pride for Obi’s supporters. Professor Jibrin further noted that the true extent of their achievements would become more evident once the post-election petitions are resolved and the court delivers its judgment.

Quoting the exact statement released by Professor Jibrin Ibrahim, he said, “It is not mandatory that Tinubu must be sworn-in, if court stops him, that’s the end for him.” “A court ruling will certainly bring an end to the matter, and should it not go in the Labour Party’s favor, the Obidients will certainly be disappointed. My view is that a court ruling will bring closure to the situation for the simple reason that the basic facts of the election will become clearer.

They will probably move from the disappointment of not winning to seeing the gains they made in that election in less than one year. It was a spectacular movement that developed in a very short time. The Obidient Movement created new energy in Nigerian politics. It brought in the youths who had shown very limited interest in politics previously into the political fray.”

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