Even though many prayed for Tinubu’s defeat, the Supreme Court sided with them instead – Kogbara

The Supreme Court’s dismissal of the Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) suit to disqualify Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu over the alleged double nomination of his running mate, Alhaji Kashim Shettima, has shocked Nigerians who were hoping the President-elect would be vindicated, according to internationally renowned journalist and public affairs commentator Donu Kogbara. Continue Reading>>>>

Kogbara, a UK-based BBC correspondent, said that after the Supreme Court’s decision on Friday in favour of the APC, millions of Nigerians knew Tinubu would be sworn in as president during an interview on ARISE TV’s “Prime Time” programme with Charles Aniagolu a few hours ago.

The veteran journalist argues that many voters have spent the previous few weeks hoping and praying that one of Tinubu’s many cases will disqualify him as a contender. Continue Reading>>>>

 

“Today’s court proceedings are crucial,” she said. Millions of Nigerians realised today that Bola Ahmed Tinubu will become president tomorrow. People have prayed to God to stop this.

 

After today, we know this thing will happen. Many people hoped the Supreme Court would overturn Tinubu and Shettima, but that won’t happen. This news saddens many. His supporters will be thrilled, but the number of people opposed to his May 29 inauguration surprises me.

Watch it here

Be the first to comment on "Even though many prayed for Tinubu’s defeat, the Supreme Court sided with them instead – Kogbara"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*