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Keyamo: PDP in disarray, plans to deceive judges



Keyamo: PDP in disarray, plans to deceive judges

Festus Keyamo, the spokesperson for the disbanded APC Presidential Marketing campaign Council, chastised the opposition PDP on Sunday evening for trying to influence the judges ahead of Monday’s hearing on the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal. Continue Reading…

This growth comes after the PDP accused the governing party of hurriedly making an attempt to sway the panel’s determination.

At a news conference led by Debo Ologunagba, the opposition party’s national publicity secretary, it made the accusations.

According to the PDP image builder, the APC is planning to undermine the court by using strong financial incentives and fabricated claims of improper behavior against judicial officials.

In a statement released in Abuja in response to the assertion, Keyamo revealed that the PDP is gaining sympathy before the hearing on Monday by employing cheap blackmail and reverse psychology.

“The PDP press conference today, making all kinds of allegations regarding an alleged APC plot to sway the Court’s decision in the Presidential Election Petitions, over which hearings would begin tomorrow in Abuja, is nothing but hot air,” he said.

“While their legal challenges are still pending, PDP and its sibling corporation, the LP, have been funding surrogates to’speak out’ against the results of the generally free and fair 2023 Presidential elections. That is contempt of court, and it is within our rights to rectify the false impressions being presented to Nigerians and the rest of the world about the elections. It’s funny how they interpret it as a “attack.”

In actuality, the PDP and LP’s Siamese twins—we all witnessed Obi bowing before Atiku yesterday in Yenagoa—are the ones issuing covert threats to our judiciary and judicial officers, either directly or through their proxies in civil society, religious circles, or labor unions. Therefore, they are engaging in “reverse psychology” by pretentiously raising this so-called alarm.

“INEC has submitted their answers in court defending those statements of the winners as correct in all the States where the PDP won and the LP also won (both Senate, Governorship, and the others). The ignorant should be made aware that INEC has a legal obligation to uphold its claims in court and that what they are doing in the instance of the APC in the Presidential Election Petition is not unusual. They ought to have questioned INEC about supporting them in the states where they prevailed. Continue Reading…

“Today’s panicked press conference is obviously an effort by the PDP to pander to the crowd. It has resorted to cheap and emotional coercion rather than appearing in court tomorrow to begin presenting its case. The accusations are naive, unsubstantiated, and unsupported. Please reject them with a hand wave from Nigerians.

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