Senator Marafa speaks on supreme court ruling in Zamfara

Senator Kabir Garba Marafa has described the supreme court ruling in Zamfara as sweet and bitter situation.

Okay Nigeria News reports on Friday that the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Zamfara lost its appeal after challenging the nullification of their votes in the concluded 2019 elections.

Marafa, reacting in a statement said the outcome of the ruling shows that President Muhammadu Buhari adherence to rule of law and due process.

The statement read:

“Today’s judgement is a victory for democracy, triumph of truth over falsehood and redeemer of the integrity of the judiciary.”

“As we all know the APC was unable to conduct primaries in Zamfara state following Yari’s thuggery and violent machinations. With this, lesson has been served that only strict adherence to rule of law and due process will take the country to the next level as being advocated by President Muhammadu Buhari.

“This Judgement has shown that the president is religiously sincere with his non-interference stance on function of other arms of government.

“He has further endeared himself to Nigerians and the world for resisting all efforts by Abdulaziz Yari to force him to interfere on the judgement.”

“The acting CJN and the Justices that delivered the judgement have with this judgement, laid the foundation for the redemption of the battered image of the judiciary as painted by the likes of justice Bello Shinkafi”.

“I will like to thank the the judiciary especially the Justice Tom Yakubu team at the appeal court and now the the Ag CJN team in the supreme court, the courageous position of INEC, the unflinching support of the people of Zamfara state, my family for their wonderful support and prayers, my well wishers and admirers in Nigeria and diaspora for their overwhelming support.

“Judiciary remains the last hope of the common man, therefore all hands must be on deck to strengthen it.”

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